I wrote the episode where ‘Alfie’ told ‘Kat’ he loved her, for the first time in EastEnders (all the way back in June 2003).
I’m the go – to scriptwriter for hire for creative corporate videos. I can deliver comedy and drama to even the most basic internal video.
Of course, the better the book is written and presented – the more likely the book will spike the interest of a film company or broadcaster – and often, having a book professionally ghost written is better than hiring a script writer for hire as legally, a published book is more likely to get read by a production company (or broadcaster like Netflix or Amazon) than an unsolicited screenplay, this because of very sound legal reasons.
Now, one of my major bugbears and a very common error by scriptwriters learning their craft is not understanding the difference between a shooting script and a regular sample (or spec) script.
So, the big questions is – Which is better? To have the story written up as a script or screenplay (by a pro scriptwriter like me?) Or is it better to have the story written as a book by a professional ghost writer service?
Hey, as a UK script consultant and BAFTA shortlisted script writer for hire I get a surprising amount of emails from people with no industry experience who have decide that their idea, script or life story would make a great series on Netflix and that all they need to do is find a way of getting that idea, script or life story in front of the bigwigs at Netflix (or Amazon or the BBC). So, that they can agree what a fab story it is, while they hand over bundles of cash to get it made.