MAKING CONNECTIONS

2016-04-15T13:02:32+01:00

We all know the old adage ‘no man is an island’ well that goes for women too. The phrase is over used no doubt, but it is especially true when it comes to the business [...]

MAKING CONNECTIONS2016-04-15T13:02:32+01:00

HOW TO WRITE A DRAMA SERIES TELEVISION OUTLINE

2014-11-07T18:40:40+00:00

I am fresh back from an amazing time at The London Screenwriter’s Festival, where I did four things of note: 1/ Run my session ‘Sizzle and Substance’with Bafta winning writer and show-runner Barbara Machin and [...]

HOW TO WRITE A DRAMA SERIES TELEVISION OUTLINE2014-11-07T18:40:40+00:00

THE WORK/LIFE BALANCE BLOG

2014-10-02T15:57:48+01:00

Via my Script Consultancy Business www.scriptadvice.co.uk I work with a lot of writers, mainly via email or Skype, from my desk here at Script Advice Towers aka My House. I also have a child to [...]

THE WORK/LIFE BALANCE BLOG2014-10-02T15:57:48+01:00

CONVERSATIONS WITH A STORY TELLER

2014-08-04T14:18:53+01:00

Canadian J Lynn Stapleton is a writer, photographer and Geriatric Care Nurse who follows me on Twitter. She also loves to blog and interview when she can. Here is her recent interview with her friend, [...]

CONVERSATIONS WITH A STORY TELLER2014-08-04T14:18:53+01:00

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF …… A SCRIPT EDITOR ON EMMERDALE

2014-06-20T10:36:04+01:00

Regular readers of my blog and readers of my book; Writing For Television Series Serials and Soaps  - will know how that I started my long career in television drama production via the script editing route.  [...]

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF …… A SCRIPT EDITOR ON EMMERDALE2014-06-20T10:36:04+01:00

STORY STRUCTURE – CREATING STORY LEGS – PART TWO

2014-06-12T11:29:34+01:00

Here I am guest blogging for writer/director Charles Harris. Part 2 of my musings on story structure. The concluding part from guest blogger Yvonne Grace on story structure for TV series and serials, Creating Story [...]

STORY STRUCTURE – CREATING STORY LEGS – PART TWO2014-06-12T11:29:34+01:00

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