• Falling Away With You

    October 4, 2017 In Development

    Falling Away With You

    Project Format
    Feature Film

    Comedy / Romance / Drama

    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.

    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 …


  • 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 …


  • 7 steps to writing a great scene

    September 2, 2015 Blog

    Whether you’re writing books, plays, musicals or screenplays, it’s vital that you master the fundamentals of a scene. I mean, that does without saying, right? After all, your work is essentially a long list of scenes, so if your individual scenes have something missing, how will your finished product be any different?

    There’s one small problem. Writing a noteworthy scene is incredibly difficult. If you pull someone off the street and ask them to write a …


  • The importance of writing visually

    August 10, 2015 Blog

    To some, the title of this blog appears as something of an oxymoron.

    “Visuals?” I hear you cry. “I’m a writer. I paint with words, not images!”

    It’s true that every writer is different in both style and approach, but what is undeniable is that, when used correctly, words can be the most powerful and explosive device ever created by man. Why? Because it allows us to stimulate the almost limitless potential of the human mind.

    When Martin …