WRITING TIPS: CONCEPT, PLOT, STRUCTURE, FORMAT, THEME, part one

by Ann Marie Williams © 2020 If you write, you've likely heard terms like concept, plot, structure, formatting, and theme.  Each is important. Each is different from the other. But each also affects the other. The trouble is, there is little consistency in how these terms are defined.  Terms like plot and structure, for example, are often … Continue reading WRITING TIPS: CONCEPT, PLOT, STRUCTURE, FORMAT, THEME, part one

Ways to Analyze Critiques of Your Writing: Identify the True Source of the Problem

Reprinted (with slight modifications to fit the blog format) from Screenplay Competitions: Tools and Insights to Help You Choose the Best Screenwriting Contests for You and Your Script. Have you experienced this situation when reading a critique of your writing: The critic points to a moment in your story that he/she found unnecessary and suggests … Continue reading Ways to Analyze Critiques of Your Writing: Identify the True Source of the Problem