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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Story Line by Jennifer Grisanti. Jennifer Grisanti. Story Line: Finding Gold in Your Life Story is a practical and spiritual guide to drawing upon your own story and fictionalizing it into your writing. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published March 1st by Michael Wiese Productions.
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If you are a screen writer or aspiring to be one, I highly recommend you read this book. For myself it has helped improve my script but also one of the big things it did was reaffirm for me that what I had written was really solid.
One of the surprising things for me was that there is a real warmth to this book. You can feel the caring that the author has for her readers and the love she has for the craft. She wants to help.
I have read other books about screen writing and found them to be much m If you are a screen writer or aspiring to be one, I highly recommend you read this book. I have read other books about screen writing and found them to be much more dry. This book is written in such a caring way and the film examples are such that any movie fan should be able to relate. The book also gave me ideas for even more scripts which was a wonderful surprise. Think about your own life — what has wounded you, and what drives you?
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What falls or perceived failures have you gone through, and how did you learn to get back up? In a sense, the wound is what drives us, and the flaw is what gets in our way. Add a twist of irony, and you have a story. You can probably formulate several loglines from your own life experience. It could be when your parents divorced, or your best friend betrayed you, or you fell in love and then got hurt.
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A lot of this came to me in yoga, and writing is like yoga. The more you practice, the better you get. And it sounds scarier than it is. Writing is so isolating, and I wanted to create an event where TV and feature writers could meet each other, because there was starting to be a lot of crossover. Then agents and managers began to show up, too.