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How To Write A Screenplay From Your Personal Life Experiences:
A Step-by-Step GuideHow to Write a Screenplay From Your Personal Life Experiences: A Step-by-Step Guide

By Elaine Radford

You can create a screenplay from your life experiences.

You don't have to be famous or exceptional to have a story worth telling.

With a few easy-to-use guidelines, it's possible to dramatize real-life events and turn your personal experiences into an award-winning script.

Scriptologist.com shows you how to do so in a new screenwriting exercise entitled,
How To Write A Screenplay From Your Personal Life Experiences:
A Step-by-Step Guide

In this exercise, you will learn:

  • How to organize your experiences to create a plot with a riveting beginning, middle, and end.
  • How to choose the main characters for your story from people you've actually met.
  • How to combine people and experiences to create a fast-paced script that will excite audiences. 

To learn these techniques and much, much more, buy
How To Write A Screenplay From Your Personal Life Experiences:
A Step-by-Step Guide
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The full exercise is only $5 and you will get instant access to it as a downloadable Adobe PDF file.

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