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The Differences and Similarities Between Writing a Novel and Writing for Television

Television writer Hollie Overton shares three skills from screenwriting that have helped her write two novels, as well as three skills she had to learn while writing fiction. The post The Differences and Similarities Between Writing a Novel and Writing for Television appeared first on
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