The Secret of Life Through Screenwriting

How to Use the Law of Attraction to Structure Your Screenplay, Create Characters, and Find Meaning in Your Script

by Joy Cheriel Brown


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 31/10/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 78
ISBN : 9781982237561
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 78
ISBN : 9781982237578

About the Book

Over the last decade or so, the concept of the law of attraction has become very popular, which is the secret to making all of your dreams come true. The law of attraction teaches how life really works and how to have happiness and easily manifest your dreams instead of struggling. Essentially, it teaches the secret of life, and with more and more people becoming aware of the law of attraction with each passing year and learning how to manifest their desires, the storytelling of screenwriters will need to change and adapt to reflect that transformation of humanity. With the book, “The Secret of Life Through Screenwriting,” the goal is to teach an approach to screenwriting that guides writers to be able to craft an original screenplay that adheres to industry standards, without being formulaic, and still satisfies the writer by being meaningful and inspiring while teaching the audience the secret of life through screenwriting, and without stating directly that it is the law of attraction at work in the lives of the characters.


About the Author

Joy Cheriel Brown is an accomplished screenwriter, with an MFA in creative writing from National University and a bachelor’s degree from Howard University, where she studied film and English and graduated summa cum laude. She has written many feature-length screenplays and received numerous accolades. Joy is the founder of Third Person Omniscient Productions, a production company whose mission it is to produce quality movies, plays, and television shows that enlighten audiences about the human condition and shed light on the meaning of life. She has served as a screenwriting mentor for the DC Shorts Filmmaking Mentor Series and a panelist for the screenwriting panel at the Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council’s Festival of Literary Arts. Joy resides in Prince George’s County, Maryland.