#1 BEST Screenwriting Book!

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  1. STEPHEN CARPENTER

    Hello Mr. Akers,

    S.A. Carpenter here…writing after a 6 year hiatus. I’m sorry for being away so long, but I managed to get back to a regular job and life. After years of struggling, after a 2008 job loss, I landed a Pt. Transport position at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. I work a lot in the James Cancer hospital. If any aspiring screenwriters want to learn about conflict get a job working in a hospital. I didn’t give up on my screenwriting efforts while I was away. I’ve completed three scripts. Tomorrow, I send off my option agreement to the producer who optioned my very first ever spec. Thanks to your book and website I was able to write a spec that someone is paying me for. A professional will be writing the actual shooting script. I’ll be acting as a script consultant and also will receive credit for “my work and writings.” An Associate Producer credit has been offered as well. Not bad for someone who never wrote a script in their life!!! I would like to end with this comment to your readers.

    BUY MR. AKERS BOOK AND DO THE WORK!!!

    FIND A STORY YOU’RE PASSIONATE ABOUT AND LOVE YOUR PROTAGONIST AS IF THEY WERE YOUR CHILD!!!

    REMEMBER THIS… IF I CAN DO IT ANYBODY CAN DO IT!!!

    THANKS AGAIN, MR. AKERS!!!!!!

    RESPECTFULLY,

    YEA CHIC, YEA OHIO,

    S.A. CARPENTER

    • yourscreenplaysucks

      This is wonderful news! Thank you for taking the time to let me know. It makes it all worth it. I adore “love your protagonist as if they were your child”!

      • S.A. CARPENTER

        Mr. Akers,

        Follow the CHIC Harley movie @PollackFilms.com.

        Thanks again for your help!

        YEA CHIC, YEA OHIO,

        S.A. Carpenter

        P.S. Mike’s second cousins are Bernie and the late Sydney Pollack.

        On Fri, Jul 30, 2021, 3:42 PM Your Screenplay Sucks! wrote:

        > yourscreenplaysucks commented: “This is wonderful news! Thank you for > taking the time to let me know. It makes it all worth it. I adore “love > your protagonist as if they were your child”!” >

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