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Alone in a Room
This book tackles the hard truths that other screenwriting books are afraid to confront. Film and TV writing is the most competitive literary field in the world and if an aspiring does not get the work done properly, he or she will fail.
Paperback, 236 pages
Published August 25th 2004 by Michael Wiese Productions
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Some really great advice, especially in Chapter Three. A little too focused on TV writing, would have liked to see more on movies, but that's just for me personally. Either way I think it's well rounded for all TV and Film writers. Lewinski kept saying how much his book was negative and harsh, I don't think it was at all unless you're wanting to be an indie writer, or someone who hates Hollywood and doesn't want to write Blockbusters. Otherwise, it's jam-packed with great advice.