How to Write a “Rent” Story

Have you ever felt you had to put your screenwriting dreams on hold while you figured out how to pay your rent?

If you’re like me and a lot of other people in Hollywood (or dreaming of Hollywood), you know what I’m talking about.

But, what if I told you that you didn’t have to do this ever again?

In fact, what if I told you that you could use your gift of writing to support yourself another way, while still working on your screenplay (and maybe even get rich in the process)?

No, it’s not too good to be true …

I know, because I’m doing it!

So did a lady I know, Pat McCord. She uses her writing skills to earn the money she needs – and then some – while living the writer’s life she had dreamed of.

And there are many others who have used their writing skills this same way before they became famous, such as Steven Pressfield, Alec Guinness, Bob Newhart, and Mary Higgins Clark.

Will it make you rich? I don’t know. I do know it can. Of course, that might not be your goal, and that’s okay … because it can do other things, as well:

  • Allows you to pay your bills easily and consistently
  • Lets you feel good about yourself and life while you’re creating
  • Helps you stay focused on your dreams of Hollywood success
  • Hones your storytelling skills
  • Keeps writer’s block at bay

There are many ways to live the writer’s life and make a great living doing it – while moving in the direction of Hollywood.

If you’d like to follow in the footsteps of some of the greatest masters of storytelling and learn more about this unique writing opportunity … click here for all the details.

It’s one of the best ways I know to make the impossible … possible!

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Published: June 5, 2012

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