Author: Yvonne Grace

I was a Script Editor on Eastenders. That's how I started in the television industry. Prior to my baptism of fire on the then twice weekly popular soap from the BBC, I had been running a script development company called The Deptford Wives out of the...

I have a steady stream of writers coming through the Script Advice portal via my website  I read a lot of scripts. You have sent your work to a reputable, professional person; you need feedback to feel confident to proceed, but it's daunting. Like leaving your...

Here at Script Advice Towers I have written again for Script Magazine - my regular column featuring George, the hapless writer who shows you how not to progress your writing career - whilst; ironically, progressing her writing career...

Narrative Thread is a phrase you may have heard bandied around screenwriting circles and I certainly use it a lot in my work with writers via my website www.scriptadvice.co.uk. It's a good visual to keep in your mind as you are shaping your television drama. The...

Script Editing is a craft that few know really well.  Which I find ironic, as it is one of the most crucial roles in script development and production. There is very little training available for this amazing job but I aim to help fix that. Here in...

Meet George - she is a very committed but rather hapless character who really really wants to work in telly as a writer. She may or may not get there, but the journey will hopefully show you along the way, how it ought not to...

I owe my career to Script Editing. Here at Script Advice I read scripts almost every day - no hardship for me - I love to do this work. I have learned, over the last 25 years; how to make a poor script better and...

I regularly write articles for InkTip Magazine and this is my latest - I break down the creative v the commercial aspects of writing for television and give you a handy listicle of the documents you will need to get proficient and great at writing...

It's always good to have a reference; a listicle of things to remember when you dive in to your writing. Here's my Ten Top Tips on how to write better scripts. You can also contact me to help you hone your script and get your work...

The creative process, is, as any writer will tell you, a personal, specific and unique activity. So I am not going to go into a great blurb about how important it is to put your bum down on the seat each day and produce x amount...