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Getting it Write: An Insider's Guide to a Screenwriting Career Paperback – April 1, 2014
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It gets you to look, from a strategy and process perspective, at how you're approaching your career. It helps you see what you're doing right. Wrong. And what you had no idea you should've been doing.
It covers what's expected of you by the industry and suggests processes and habits that, if followed with sincerity and determination, increase your chances of success.
This book isn't about secrets or shortcuts to success. Just a ton of great of information and practical advice, all in a well-organized format.
I'd highly recommend this book to aspiring screenwriters. As an aspiring screenwriter myself, I only wish I'd had this information sooner.
In her new book, "Getting It Write," Lee Jessup, one of the most sought after script consultants in the business, has provided us with that missing piece of the puzzle: a refreshing approach on how to build a career as a screenwriter, as well as defining the balance between the creative and business side of the craft.
“Getting It Write” is that invaluable reference tool that every seasoned screenwriter wished he or she had before starting in the business; a book that’s not so much about how to write a screenplay, as it is about what happens after you’ve typed “FADE OUT.”
If you're looking for another book on how to write a screenplay, then this isn’t the book for you. But, if you want a true guide that deals with the facts of life of what it really takes to survive and be a success in today’s Hollywood as a screenwriter, then grab a copy of "Getting It Write" and keep it close by. In my opinion, “Getting It Write” should be considered a must read for every aspiring screenwriter.