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When I Talk to Writers...
By: Eric Sherman
Company: Eric Sherman
WHEN I TALK TO WRITERS... There are a number of key points I emphasize - 1. How readable is your script? In other words, is it gripping, compelling, well-paced, uniquely interesting? If not, we make a plan to fix it. 2. Is it an acceptable length?...