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    Style Help needed writing scenes

    Discussion in 'General Writing' started by StoryWeaver, Dec 21, 2014.

    EDIT: Doh! I see where to do this now!
    http://www.writingforums.org/workshop/novels/

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    So I want to learn to go from writing a screenplay to writing a novel but my biggest weakness is taking material from a screenplay and learning to rewrite it as for a novel. Is there a place on the forum here where I can post a short paragraph of screenplay (mine) then my attempt at writing it as would be read in a novel, and then get help/critique on how I might improve my writing (for the novel)? I could take a course online but as I have studied story, characters, plot for years, I really need help primarily with (novel) writing style; and how to go about developing more subplots for which a screenplay has little room for (limited by 100 or so pages of script). I have books on the matter, but forum interaction and collective wisdom is often so helpful. :)
     
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    Hi there!
    I am Lana, if you need any help with your writing just contact me at [LINK REMOVED]
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    I prefer the collective wisdom of the forum, its members. I do know of paid writing services, appreciate your enthusiasm, but I am looking more for help and feedback via the forum. Thank you.
     

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