Pilot-writing Seminar next Tuesday!

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Hey, everyone--

Thanks so much to all of you who came to last week's Final Draft/Script magazine and Writers Boot Camp panel, "Getting into the Writers Room." It was a terrific evening, and it was great seeing some of you there!

Wanted to let you all know about another great opportunity...

Next Tuesday, Nov. 10, I'm teaching "Writing the TV Pilot," a 3-hour seminar for Mediabistro, here in Los Angeles.

If you've got an idea for the next "True Blood" or "Modern Family"... or if you're toying with various ideas and trying to decide which to write... or even if you just want to get your creative TV juices flowing... this is a great three hours. We'll cover the creative mechanics of what makes successful pilots work... how pilots and series are developed and produced... how projects are pitched and sold... and how to get to the right people so you can get your idea on the air!

Anyway, if you're interested, click HERE to sign up or get more information... or just go to this link...


Hope to see you all there!

P.S. Also, in a shameless moment of self-promotional excitement, I just wanna tell you guys about some cool updates...

My book, Small Screen, Big Picture: A Writer's Guide to the TV Business, was recently selected as a "textbook" for both NBC's Writers on the Verge program, as well as NAPTE's Diversity Fellowship. And as of this morning, it hit some new all-time highs on Amazon's bestseller list...

#2 - Performing Arts career guides
#3 - TV/Screenwriting books
#86 - Writing reference books (I know this isn't super-high, but it's the first time it's ever cracked this particular list!)

Thanks to all of you for your support-- just wanted to let you know!