free resources

I've created the following resources in order to help you reach your full writing potential. I believe writing is a fulfilling and worthwhile pursuit and can truly give you meaning. But so often, that meaning is taken away from us in the form of rejection, negative feedback, or lack of support from our friends and loved ones. These resources are here to inspire you, support you, and keep you writing.

Got an idea for a new resource? Email me here

 
 
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THE FOUR SECRETS TO WRITING A FEATURE-LENGTH SCREENPLAY IN ONE WEEK (VIDEO COURSE)

How do you write faster?   

In this video course, we'll walk through the four secrets I learned while writing the first draft of my latest feature film, This World Alone, in just one week. I believe that speed leads to momentum and momentum is the key ingredient in getting things done (like finishing a screenplay or making a movie)! Hopefully these concepts will help you write better scripts faster.

 

GET BETTER FEEDBACK (INTERACTIVE PDF)

The 30 questions anyone can answer to give you professional-level script notes.  

An interactive PDF containing 30 QUESTIONS (3 categories of 10 questions each) for you to give to anyone that reads your script. The three sections cover your screenplay’s PLOTCHARACTER, and EXECUTION and will ideally give you enough great feedback for you to start your next rewrite! 

 
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10 ways to make good scenes great (ebook)

How to make every scene you write into the best scene you've ever written.  

  • Understand the ten questions that are key to exceptional storytelling.
  • Discover how you can apply these same principles to write a better life for yourself.
  • See examples of how character-driven screenplays connect emotionally with readers.
  • Learn how to write the screenplay only you can write.
  • Includes a checklist to post above your desk for easy reference.
 
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10 WAYS TO MAKE GOOD SCENES GREAT (NOTECARDS)

The 10 Ways to Make Good Scenes Great Note Cards take the principles from the ebook and helps makes it practical.

Here's how it works:

  1. Print as many cards as you need for your script (one for each scene).

  2. Fill out the cards (using the 10 Ways to Make Good Scenes Great checklist.)

  3. Write the hell out of your screenplay.

  4. Repeat.

 
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inspirational posters

The top 5 most liked quotes on Instagram turned into downloadable posters. 

Download, print, and post above your desk for daily inspiration.

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phone wallpaper

The top 5 most liked quotes on Instagram turned into background wallpaper for your phone. 

Pick your favorite and post on your phone for daily inspiration.

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ScriptCLUB

It's like a book club for screenwriters. 

The best way to learn how to write screenplays is to read screenplays. Join the private Facebook group where we download, read, and discuss a new screenplay every month.