Art isn’t art if only fourteen people know about it– Joni Mitchell

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I want to help you create and sell your original, authtic text. Here are some ways I can help.

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<p>The Writer’s Advantage: A Toolkit for Mastering Your Genre provides practical techniques for avoiding remakes and reboots. It helps writers to master their genre by examining the evolution of their ideas through proven tools of analysis. Learn how to create work that gets noticed.</p>

Script and Manuscript Development Service

<p>Here is my special brand of consultancy for writers who are writing scripts and manuscripts. How do you move from mediocre to marketable authentic ideas that someone may actually want to produce or publish? Work with me.</p>

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<p>On-demand webinars to help you get up to speed with the current marketplace, writing for television or writing in the mystery genre.</p>

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Laurie Scheer

Concerned about the mediocre content that keeps showing up on Amazon, at theaters, and on the small screen?  Yeah, I am too.  With all of the prequels, sequels, reboots and remakes and knock offs and rip offs of franchises seen over and over again in our recent pop culture history, its time for some new, fresh  content to be written.

As a seasoned development exec and writing mentor I assure you, there are ways to create compelling new content.  I’m here to prove the best is yet to come.

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Recent Blog Posts

January 28, 2016 |

Interested in writing for the digital screen?

If you are interested in writing for the large, small and/or digital screen, head on over to screencraft.org for...

January 26, 2016 |

Remakes: Do We Really Need Them?

The definition of a “remake” is just as it says, a new, sometimes updated version of a usually well-loved movie or television series.

I say “well-loved” because there would be no reason to remake a movie that did not do well at the box office or a television show that didn’t find its audience in the first few episodes. Remakes are reserved for content that audiences love. But do we really need them?

January 12, 2016 |

Do producers and development execs ever consider wonderment?

As we begin a new year, I am reflecting upon the many wonderful conferences I attended in 2015, and how often producers and development execs there were surprised by my comments on wonderment.

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