It’s what so many of you have been asking for...and it's finally here!
Join Katherine Fugate (Valentine's Day, Army Wives), Brent Maddock (Tremors, The Wild Wild West, Short Circuit), John Rogers (The Core), David J. Schow (The Crow, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3), Neal Marshall Stevens (Thirteen Ghosts), Stephen Susco (The Grudge, The Grudge 2) and 10 other talented wordsmiths as they give first-hand insight into why they write, what keeps them motivated, how they got their scripts written—and ultimately optioned and/or sold.
“…highly recommended to any budding screenwriter…"
“…a very instructive yet entertaining read…”
“…filled with great insight and honesty…”
“…valuable and practical…”
“…a must-read…”
"…a phenomenal book…”
From David Trottier, author of The Screenwriter’s Bible:
“…I enjoyed reading Q & A: The Working Screenwriter. The content became a discussion in my mind. Years ago when I began my own writing career, it was a book of interviews that inspired me the most. I felt as though established writers were talking to me and giving me their personal advice. I learned from them and improved my craft. The same was true when I read these interviews…”
If you want to stir your creative juices, bolster your confidence, and gain a better understanding of what it takes to become a working screenwriter in today’s film industry, you’ll find Q & A: The Working Screenwriter essential reading!
Also available in paperback format wherever fine books are sold online!


Margaret Fleming said...

Congratulations on Kindle! and Nook! and anything else I've missed since moving in December. Looks like you have an exciting year in progress already.
Best is yet to come.
Margaret from Starbucks

Jim Vines said...

Margaret! As always, so nice to hear from you! Thank you for the kind words. Hope you are well. All the best to you in 2012...and beyond!