I'm a video game, film and TV writer. Before writing for a living, I worked as a development executive in movies. My books, Crafty Screenwriting: Writing Movies That Get Made and Crafty TV Writing: Thinking Inside the Box, grew out of two observations I made:
- Most writers have no clue what producers are looking for. Their screenplays are doomed from the get-go.
- What people think is wrong with a script is almost never what is actually wrong. You have to fix the underlying problem.