Tag Archives: script

RTW – What Makes a Book a Movie?

This week, YA Highway’s Road Trip Wednesday offers up the blog prompt What is it that makes some books ideal for a film translation? I feel a little like that kid in class whose teacher finally asks a question she … Continue reading

Posted in Books, Strongly Held Beliefs, Tankborn Origins, The Writing Life, Writing Craft | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Embryonic TANKBORN (How a Script Became a Book, Part 2)

Screenwriting is an entirely different world than the publishing world. The most obvious difference is the format–a script looks entirely different from a book manuscript. In a film script, dialogue is set off in blocks with wider margins. The dialogue … Continue reading

Posted in Tankborn Origins, The Writing Life | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment