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Finish The Script!

A project in Laurel, DE by Scott King

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An e-book that teaches aspiring writers how to get from a basic idea to a fully rewritten screenplay.
Backers: 42
Average Pledge Per Backer: $32

Funded: $1,336 of $1,000
Dates: Feb 3rd -> Mar 10th (35 days)
Project By: Scott King
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Latest News

We Did It!!!

March 11th - via:
I was hoping to cover the cost of paying for an editor and guess what? We did it! Well, you guys did it.  I know $1,000 really isn't THAT much money but being a teacher means that my disposable income is very very small. So instead of saving up and... (Read More)

One Day To Go!

March 9th - via:
Thanks to your generous belief in me and this projects, we will be funded around this time tomorrow, fingers crossed! Now is the time to take a final look at the pledge tiers, they've changed drastically since "Finish The Script!" first launched.... (Read More)

New Stretch Goal!

March 8th - via:
We blew passed the $1,250 stretch goal today and are less than $100 away from our next one! That's simply amazing. You guys are awesome.Because you guys are so awesome I'll make you a deal. If we hit $2,250 then every backer who pledges at $25 or... (Read More)

All the Writing Tips I've Posted!

March 7th - via:
The counter has switched from "days" to "hours" so we are getting close to the end! It's been a crazy journey this past month and before the campaign is over I thought it would be nice to share a mega-post listing all the cool writing things we've... (Read More)

How Important is Social Media to New Writers?

March 7th - via:
One of the things my students always ask me is if they should have a website or how active should they be on Twitter, Facebook, and social media in general. It depends. For someone who is at a stage in their career where they have something to sell... (Read More)

Cut the "Cut to:"

March 6th - via:
Within the screenplay format there are things called "transitions." They are tabbed directions describing how one scene should transition into the next. For example the start of your screenplay always says "Fade In" and the end of it always says... (Read More)

The Basic Elements of a Screenplay!

March 5th - via:
When it comes to formatting a screenplay there are lots of unbreakable rules. I go into them in detail in the book, but for now I really just wanted to go over the four basic elements. Scene Heading - These are lines that appear at the start of every... (Read More)

Music Can Help You Write!

March 4th - via:
I can't listen to music with words when I'm writing. I find it too distracting. I've talked to a lot of writers about the subject and there is a very thick line. Either a writer can't write without music playing or they loathe the idea of it playing... (Read More)

One Week Left… Spread the Word!

March 3rd - via:
We have a week till the campaign for "Finish The Script!" ends and so I'm coming to you for a request… Can you please tell one specific person that you think might make a pledge about the campaign? My hope is that we can get this bad boy up to... (Read More)

Games Sessions Are Like Scenes!

March 2nd - via:
Im a big console gamer. Not in the sense that I would ever get a triforce tattoo or have a Halo poster on my wall. Just in the sense that I do play a lot of video games (just like I watch and read a lot). However recently, I've become exposed to... (Read More)

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