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- Wallflowers Need Not Apply: A no…

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by John Russell

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0987698605, Paperback)

Straightforward advice on navigating the business and craft of screenwriting. John Russell is the pen name of a screenwriter with nearly 20 years of professional experience, and he's probably responsible for the following quotes: "I wish people would read a book like Wallflowers before approaching me with their 'screenplays.' " - Anonymous Producer "Not everyone can become a successful screenwriter. But if you think you have the stuff, Russell offers you practical advice in an entertaining 'life coach' kick-in-the-pants style." - Unnamed Writer "This dude writes all the things I wish I could say in my books." - Screenwriting Expert

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