Confessions of a First Commission

2014-01-07T11:59:35+00:00

HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM SCRIPT ADVICE TOWERS.... I thought to herald in the New Year, I would give you a new blog. A new style. George the Blogging Writer lives in my head mostly; she does [...]

Confessions of a First Commission2014-01-07T11:59:35+00:00

HOW TO STORYLINE A TELEVISION SERIES – WORKSHOP

2013-12-06T13:06:49+00:00

Chain Link Fence (Photo credit: camknows) ATTENTION ALL STORY-TELLERS! If you follow me on Twitter, or are a member of my facebook group Script Advice Writer's Room, then you will know a bit [...]

HOW TO STORYLINE A TELEVISION SERIES – WORKSHOP2013-12-06T13:06:49+00:00

WRITING FOR TELEVISION: WHAT TO EXPECT

2013-11-18T11:03:59+00:00

Those charming folk at the KFTV website; (use this to search for companies/agencies/individuals in the writing and film making business) link to a blog I wrote about what to expect as a writer, going into [...]

WRITING FOR TELEVISION: WHAT TO EXPECT2013-11-18T11:03:59+00:00

WRITING MISTAKES YOU DON’T WANT TO MAKE

2013-05-03T14:02:13+01:00

I've been helping writers via SCRIPT ADVICE since 2007 and it feels the right time now to collate the most oft-made mistakes I see in scripts and hope you find the don'ts useful to know [...]

WRITING MISTAKES YOU DON’T WANT TO MAKE2013-05-03T14:02:13+01:00

PULLING OUT THE STORY

2012-10-16T11:47:53+01:00

I cut my drama teeth on Eastenders. This fact made two things true about me: 1/ That I thrive on pressure 2/ That I like making stories happen. To continue in a symetrical vein, this show [...]

PULLING OUT THE STORY2012-10-16T11:47:53+01:00

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