• Shadowverse | A Fantasy / Sci-fi script by Elana A. Mugdan

    Shadowverse

    October 5, 2017 In Development

    Project Format:
    TV series made up of 6 x 30-minute episodes

    Genre:
    Sci-fi / Fantasy

    Logline:
    The world you know is about to change

    Short Description:
    A narrow-minded college jock and his eccentric classmate are forced to team up to save not only Earth, but the mysterious world that exists in quantum superposition with it: the Shadowverse

    Audience:
    Male and female (13-30); sci-fi and fantasy fans

    Comparative Films:
    Angel, Stranger Things, The Vampire Diaries

    This work is the intellectual property of screenwriter, Elana A. Mugdan.

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  • Cover art for the screenplay, Falling Away With You

    Falling Away With You

    October 4, 2017 In Development

    Project Format:
    Feature Film

    Genre:
    Comedy / Romance / Drama

    Logline:
    At what point do you stop forgiving?

    Short Description:
    In the idyllic surroundings of his own wedding, creative writer Rueben Wallace is forced to question everything he knows about life, love and relationships when his new bride admits she slept with the best man.

    Audience:
    PRIMARY – Adults, male and female (20-45)
    SECONDARY – Teenagers, male and female (15-19)

    Comparative Films:
    High Fidelity, 500 Days of Summer, The Last Kiss

    This work is the intellectual property of …

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  • Pseudonym author

    What use is a pseudonym name to a writer?

    February 14, 2016 Blog

    If you know me, or read my blog, you’ll be fully aware of how passionately I believe in character development and story structure. I feel they are both integral to the creation of a great story, and it can take a lot of time and effort to write a book or a screenplay in what I consider to be the right way.

    If you agree with me and you’ve spent months or years of your life …

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  • 10 steps to writing a marketable story

    August 12, 2015 Blog

    Before you say anything, I don’t personally believe there is a definitive list of 10 simple tricks to make you write the next best-selling book or blockbuster hit.

    So much goes into every book and screenplay that each finished story is invariably unique in some way, so you can never escape the fact that the hard work and determination needed to write a great story has to come entirely from the writer.

    However, I’ve been in the industry long enough now to have …

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