Some of the links to Internet articles about fiction writing herein are no longer active. So I'll deeply appreciate anyone's help with updating the information.

         And in the meantime, I invite you to check out StoryCraft Software at the Writers SuperCenter.  StoryCraft is the only software program I've ever used or heard of that actually takes the writer through the whole writing process.  I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who is serious about writing their novel or screenplay.

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SELLING THE SCRIPT
This section includes links to articles covering the following topics:
Screenplay marketing, script readers, selling to television, selling movies of the week, screenplay proposals, script registration, treatments and outlines, synopsis, specs, producers and pitching, rejections (screenplays), and marketing of plays.

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SCREENPLAY MARKETING

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SCRIPT READERS

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SELLING TO TELEVISION

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SELLING A MOVIE OF THE WEEK

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SCREENPLAY PROPOSALS

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SCRIPT REGISTRATION

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TREATMENTS AND OUTLINES

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SYNOPSIS

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SPECS

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PRODUCERS AND PITCHING

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REJECTIONS (SCREENPLAYS)

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MARKETING OF PLAYS

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