I like this as a general guide to novel structure. However many resources I've read warn against getting too locked into a single script or pattern like this. Sometimes you need to save the climax for the last two pages, and sometimes you need the action to start on the first page (and fill in 'setup' stuff later).
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Creative Writing Worksheet – Dialogue (PDF) When it comes to writing dialogue, you could do worse than follow the rules of Just a Minute: no hesitation, repetition or deviation. It always amazes me that considering how much cheaper good dialogue is than CGI, stunts, sets, and costumes, it isn’t used to better effect. Theatre scripts provide excellent inspiration for good…
Screenwriting tip from John Rogers, writer of TNT's Leverage: In every scene, always remember: Who wants what? Why can't they have it? Why do I care? From: #JHP https://twitter.com/jonrog1/statuses/54410157844729857
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