Your ideal co-writer might be right under your nose—or right next to you in bed, as several teams revealed during our interviews with Claudia Johnson & Matt Stevens for Script Partners: How to Succeed at Co-Writing for Film & TV.
Pamela Jaye Smith & Monty Hayes McMillan explain how artists make interesting, conflicted, dramatic characters for your stories as they create their art against challenges both internal and external.
Pamela Jaye Smith & Monty Hayes McMillan show how bringing love of land aspect into your stories, you can deepen your characters and give them even more to care about, fear to lose, fight and even die for.
Interspecies Love is an excellent story device through which to make observations on and suggestions for the way we humans treat each other. It is also a clever way to portray the more animal-like aspects of our human nature.
Love of animals can reveal character, help create emotion and character arcs. Animals can add charm, loyalty, and a different point of view to your story.
Pamela Jaye Smith and Monty Hayes McMillan gives tips on writing chivalric love to deeply engage your audience in the kind of romance that changes lives.
Characters are engines that drive ideas into a story. Each of the major character types plays a specific role in that process. Third is THE LOVE INTEREST.
Danny Manus examines the evolution of the romantic comedy to help you increase your odds of success when writing this genre.
It’s Christmas – time for friends and family and presents and colored lights and trees and tinsel and, if you’re lucky, a little bit of magic, especially at the movies, which have frequently found inspiration in the fantasy and emotion of this special day. It’s usually a busy time, but if...