"My Story Can Beat Up Your Story" Seminar and Signing with Jeffrey Alan Schechter
Jeffrey Alan Schechter, author of My Story Can Beat Up Your Story! and the creative mind behind Contour Story Development Software, will be making a rare Los Angeles appearance at the Writers Store for a seminar and to celebrate the release of his first book.
Jeffrey will speak about "The Care and Feeding of Your Writing Career" - being a skilled writer might get you a sale or two but it doesn't guarantee you a thriving career year in and year out. Learn not only how to become a writer, but how to stay a writer.
Join us on Wednesday, May 4th at 7:00pm for a seminar on Story Structure followed by a mingling at book signing at 8:00pm. Not in Los Angeles? Click here to learn more about My Story Can Beat Up Your Story! and Contour.
- Date available: 04/18/2011
- Return policy: 30 days
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Meet the Author: Jeffrey Alan Schechter
Jeffrey Alan Schechter has been beating up stories for more than twenty years. He is a WGA, WGC, Emmy, and BAFTA-nominated writer, producer, and director, a million-dollar spec screenplay writer, a Gemini award winning producer, and the developer of the underlying story principles behind Mariner Software’s Contour Story Development program.
Jeff's first credits were in action films such as Bloodsport 2, The Tower, and Street Knight. Turning to his love of family films, Jeff sold his spec screenplay Little Bigfoot to Working Title Film...