Scott King on Going From Screenwriter to Novelist and Writing Cross-Genre

Story PitchAuthor Scott King came on the show to chat writing multi-genre, going from screenwriter to novelists, and more!

BIO:

Scott King was born in Washington D.C. and raised in Ocean City, Maryland. He received his undergraduate degree in film from Towson University, and his M.F.A. in film from American University.

Until moving to Texas, to follow his wife’s career, King worked as college professor teaching photography, digital arts, and writing related classes. He now works full time as a game photographer and author.

As a board game photographer, King shoots games for websites, online stores, and for other marketing needs. He also produces an annual calendar that highlights board and other hobby games.


And check out his new book:

STORY PITCH

Struggling to start your story or lost in the middle? You need a Story Pitch.

A standard pitch is meant for marketing and selling, but a Story Pitch is a powerful tool meant to be used when pre-writing and writing. It can help you jumpstart your novel, screenplay, comic, or whatever type of story you are trying to tell and it can be used as a corrective measure if you get off track during the writing process.

In this book, you’ll learn: – The key elements to story – How those elements are connected – How to construct a Story Pitch – How to use a Story Pitch for outlining – How to use a Story Pitch to fix character problems – How to use a Story Pitch when lost during writing – How to use a Story Pitch for writing book blurbs

If you like honesty, no bull, a bunch of humor, and tons of examples in your writing guides, then you’ll love Scott King’s Story Pitch.

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