- Visualize Your Script: Hey screenwriters, check out Amazon Storyteller, a new (and free) tool from Amazon Studios that turns scripts into storyboards. Learn more.
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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. As a Story Consultant and former VP of Current Programs at CBS/Paramount, most of the author’s work with writers has focused on creating standout scripts by elevating story. The secret to telling strong story is digging deep inside yourself and utilizing your own life experiences and emotions to connect with the audience.
I highly recommend this book for writers of all kinds.
Nothing is more genuine than writing what you know and that is at the heart of this wonderful book that everyone with a story needs to read.
Story Line helped me understand that what I was experiencing was the raw emotional energy of my own life story.
Nobody knows story better than Jen Grisanti. Her extensive background as a studio exec has started a movement of looking at the rigorous requirements of writing for television at... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Maryann Madsen
Ive found this book to offer a really great way to keep my stories connected to my experience in the worldPublished 6 months ago by Glenn Ripps
This was a great book! It had so much insight into our personal story and how it can really inspire us and others. I gave it 5 Stars because it rocks! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jared
Attention writers: Step away from the computer and get you highlighters out. STORYLINE guides you on a 'writer's journey' worth taking. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Big Iggy
I had just finished a dark-comedy screeplay and had the displeasure of hearing it read out loud. I realized I felt nothing for the main character. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Lisa
Story Line: This book helped me to access the "aha" moments in my own creative process. It taught me how to access my own emotions and truths based on my life experiences. Read morePublished 20 months ago by C. Grant
I love this book. Delves into our story, the universal story and stories we want to tell. Great resource for writers of all kinds.Published 20 months ago by Mary Wallace
This speed date Pop psychology nonsense does not help you write your story. Her best advice was to watch movies and read scripts. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Book Bag
I've read my share of writing books, and I've been writing for a long time. This book points out the unique and important angle to telling the compelling story. Read morePublished 22 months ago by P. Puri