Ever notice how The Great Gatsby and Sunset Boulevard end the same way—with a guy dead in a pool?
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When they made Breakfast at Tiffany's into a movie, they saved the cat. In the novel the cat was never seen again. There is a lesson here. Disregard it at your own peril.
Robert McKee$42.50 $38.25
If you have a story in your head, but you can't put it down on paper, then you don't got a story. This book will either help you or disabuse you of illusion.
Syd Field$17.00 $15.64
In order to get this book's references, you'll have to watch movies from the 1970s—that alone is worth the price of this book.
Stephen King$17.00 $15.64
Perhaps Stephen King knows a thing or two about writing that you don't. Buy the book.
Joseph Campbell$23.95 $21.56
With his life's work forever connected to the success of Star Wars, it was a tender mercy that Joseph Campell didn't live to see The Phantom Menace.
Jessica Brody$15.99 $14.71
Reverse engineer your unsold screenplay. Turn it into a novel. Sell the novel. Write the adapted screenplay.
Christopher Vogler and Michele Montez$27.95 $25.16
Synchronicity abounds in this depth psychology classic disguised as a writer's manual.
Julia Cameron and Natalie Goldberg$14.95 $13.75
Because writing should be as natural as breathing.
Ray D Bradbury$14.95 $13.75
That one drop of creativity that justifies all of human experience.
Robert McKee$35.00 $31.50
Discover what you're really trying to say—and leave it at that.