Writing character descriptors is much like presenting them to the Queen. You are that person whispering into the Queen’s ear, telling her who is in line to greet her and why she should care.
Is your story falling flat? Jeanne Veillette Bowerman shares tips on how to elevate your story by literally, or not so literally, pushing them off a wall.
Jeanne Veillette Bowerman shares the freedom she feels writing outside-the-box and exploring the world of self publishing.
Jeanne Veillette Bowerman encourages writers to examine their old screenplay feedback, even if it's years old, to see if their writing is really the problem... or something else.
Over the past year, Jeanne Veillette Bowerman shared some of her mentors' screenwriting tips, but for those who missed them, here are her favorite dozen.
Read Jeanne’s Top 12 Screenwriting Tips Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! Writing is often an isolated profession. Hell, as I type this, I’m sitting in my pajamas, alone in my house, looking out the window and seeing nothing but landscape. No sign of life except for my cats and...
Jeanne discusses the importance of perfecting your pitch in person as opposed to just in front of your mirror. Learn where she feels is the perfect way to practice...
Beyond remarks on story structure and character development, Jeanne Veillette Bowerman wants what she calls screenplay notes from an “emotional read.”
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.
Manager Jake Wagner offers his advice for screenwriters trying to get representation, explaining when to query and how to get a repp's attention.