When a fellow writer asked Jeanne Veillette Bowerman if she ever struggles with overthinking, she started thinking, and got stuck. Jeanne gives advice on how not to overthink.
Get advice on how to crawl inside your character's head and discover their wounds.
Script interviews Emma Frost, writer of the Golden Globe-nominated mini series, 'The White Queen.' A must-read for anyone interested in adaptation... and life lessons.
In Jeanne's Screenwriting Tips, she speaks about the importance of listening. In a world that thrives on collaboration, having great listening skills is essential to your career and your writing.
What do you do when you feel lost while pursuing your writing career in this insane industry? Jeanne Veillette Bowerman shares her insights on her own struggles.
People assume working with a screenwriter mentor makes your job as a writer is easier. Wrong! Jeanne Veillette Bowerman sets the record straight.
Like it or not, you have to get used to pitching your product. And that is precisely what a script is – a product. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman gives screenwriting pitching tips.
The Dallas Screenwriters Association recently asked me about my writing space. I thought it only fitting to share my dirty laundry with my readers as well. My writer Dad was always a 60 Minutes fan, specifically, Andy Rooney. In fact, being exposed as a child to the disaster, which was Andy...
In the three years I have been writing Balls of Steel, I have shared my thoughts, my successes, and my gut instincts on the crazy ride that is my writing career. I get to talk about screenwriting, explore my sometimes insane experiences, and above all, admit the gigantic mistakes I have...
Jeanne Veillette Bowerman explains how your philosophy on life can affect your characters, your fate and your career in this week's Balls of Steel.