How to Write Script Coverage for Your Own Screenplay

Screenplay ReadersLast updated: Script Coverage 101

Doing your own script coverage

Have you ever considered giving yourself script coverage? Have you ever considered reading your own script and providing script coverage for it? Lo, and yea, and verily, the benefits can be massive, not just for the script itself, but for a screenwriter’s long-term ability to distance herself from her own work.

The “Am I A Mouthy Screenwriter?” Quiz

Screenplay ReadersLast updated: Screenwriting

Sure, you’re a good screenwriter. But are you a rambling, mouthy screenwriter who can’t stop typing, can’t stop describing, can’t stop filling the page with redundant words and text blocks? Take my easy 5-question screenwriter quiz to see if you’ve got … Read More

5 Steps To Growing Thick Skin as a Screenwriter

Screenplay ReadersLast updated: Screenwriting

Why screenwriters need thick skin

From my perspective at Screenplay Readers, I see the odds that are stacked against screenwriters every day, with every script that comes in and piles up in our queue, and I can’t help but think that many of these screenwriters … Read More