Yearly Archives: 2014








If you’re like me, and you love analogies and creative ways of explaining theories, then you’ll love Robin Mukherjee’s book which takes a look at the art of writing screenplays. “Craft is to be found in the very nature of experience. And the more we understand that experience, the more […]

Book Review: The Art of Screenplays, A Writer’s Guide by Robin Mukherjee (Creative Essentials)



It’s that time of the month again when a new #loglinechallenge is set! Here are the prompts! Taking part is simple… Use the prompts to inspire story ideas and write them as loglines! Great way to practice writing concise loglines with which to pitch your ideas, come up with a […]

#loglinechallenge! Come up with loads of new story ideas and practice your logline writing – only takes a few minutes ...


You know you can rely on Kay Mellor for a comfort-watching feel-good feast, and her latest offering In The Club certainly didn’t disappoint. Much like Sally Wainwright, Kay has this wonderful ability to weave a multi-protagonist story across a series and still leave us wanting more. “I’ve always wanted to […]

What writers can learn from In The Club’s series finale… Plus London Screenwriters’ Festival DISCOUNT!










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“If you try to assuage me because ‘It’s like The Chronicles of Narnia!’, I’ll tell you: a) Write a beloved international bestseller, b) Sell the rights to the movies. Then I’ll buy YOU lunch.” Blake Snyder The late Blake Snyder, a wonderful screenwriter and coach, gave this nugget of wisdom […]

A cinematic approach for novelists; a novel approach for screenwriters ∣ #scriptchat #amwriting