Ever wonder why TV episodes just feel right? And every one naturally builds and leaves you wanting more?
Now you can decode and utilize these great story design elements, no matter what the writing genre.
Whether it’s a video script, PowerPoint, novel, blog, trailer, or film, join me in this class to learn the 6 landmarks (plus other tips and tricks) that are industry standards so you can drive a story forward like a boss!
Heather Shreve is an award-winning screenwriter, historical advisor, and content creator, as well as a master artist, and has authored six books with a passion for telling stories as well as illustrating them.
Ms. Shreve is a Marylander with a rich ancestral history in America with several strong areas of historical knowledge― the US Army Interwar years, The Pacific/WWII, The Jazz Age, the history of Hawaii, The Keelboat Age, and The Great War.
She has created several producer-ready, high concept, original film projects which encompass everything from the River Man mini-series, to The Bamboo Wife TV Series, to Caught on the Equator and Once A Colonel feature films. Through her company, Shreve Interactive, Inc., Ms. Shreve has edited 20+ books, ghostwritten several more and used her artwork for countless book covers.