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Crime is the post popular genre in fiction and on screen today, but many writers fall into the crime fiction trap…
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Writing for cinema, TV or novels is probably the hardest kind of writing there is, but very rewarding when it goes right. Write On has many practical ways to help you, whatever level you’re at. It also has articles and reviews for readers, especially readers who like crime.
I’m getting very busy on my new novel (a crime satire due out Spring 2016) and also another book on screenwriting – more details soon – so live appearances are getting more limited for the next year. Grab me while you can!
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You’ll find masses of useful resources on writing and related issues here. Check out the blog – free screenplay format guides and templates to download with information on screenwriting software – and an FAQ on how to use the Internet for Research.
There are now thousands of books on screenwriting for beginner writers and advanced, but some are more useful than others. I’ve lists of the books I’ve found useful, a shorter list of my all-time favourites, and of course my own books – Police Slang, short stories in anthologies, and A Complete Screenwriting Course – out in October and already recommended reading on an increasing number of MA courses. New review here…
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