on 21 March 2011
Even if you wrote a lot of short stories or something longer, you might not quite get it right with that spec script of yours that you've decided to put together. There's no reason to drag along the same mistakes from one draft to another. Why wouldn't you read Screenwriter's Bible?
Everything from how drama works to how those cuts in and fades out are properly intended on your A4 sheets is explained in Screenwriter's Bible. And this book is useful not only for screenwriting. It helps you to look at writing from a more pragmatic point of view, and whatever you're writing, this book will help you to zoom out of or drill down into your text to see why it's not quite working yet.