Read a Good Book Lately?

Read a good book about your craft? Or just a good book in general? Share it here.

Don Zorbas
Pet semetery

What an unbelievable book!!

Jennifer Justice
Tiny Habits

The Small Habits That Change Everything

Martin Reese

I highly recommend Robert McKee's Dialogue: The Art of Verbal Action for the Page, Stage, and Screen. Excellent book on how to write dialogue with tons of examples. I've seen some the shows cited, but now I view how the characters interact in a whole new way.

Brian Snow
RB's Book

I am halfway through RB's book on crowdsourcing and while a great deal of it feels like good old fashioned common sense, etiquette, and a good guide on how not to be a selfish a-hole, there is a great deal of information I wish I had known before taking on my first pitch. I've got a great story and...

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Just started this book by David Diamond and David Weissman, and so far it's pretty good. Anyone else tried it?

Neil Baker
The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue

This book is screaming out for a TV or film adaptation. Anyone agree?

Laurel King
Imaginary Friend by Stephen Chbosky

This book is AWESOME. Think: Stephen King meets C.S. Lewis. Sounds crazy? Well, it is.

This author last gave us The Perks of Being a Wallflower, which was a hilarious movie. But this book is nothing like its predecessor. It's a horror, thriller, supernatural, religious-themes, good-versus-evil nightm...

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Candice Delevante
To Kill A Mockingbird

We weren't introduced to this book in high school. Better late than never! Previous: History of the National Security State by Gore Vidal.

Jenean McBrearty
The Lost Battles: Leonardo, Michelangelo, and the Artistic Duel that Defined the Renaissance (Jonathan Jones. Vintage Books, Random House, 2010). Not just for art majors. Why did Florence produce so much fine art? Competition. It was a meritocray where on

There's this great scene sequence in Lawrence of Arabia where T.E. goes off by himself to solve the problem of approaches to Aqaba, Washington does the same thing in The Crossing, and in this book DaVinci does likewise. This concentration while alone seems to be the hallmark of figuring out solution...

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Leon Welling
Basic Economics - Thomas Sowell

It's sounds boring, but no joke. It's amazingly coherent and well composed.

Julien Ober
One of my favorite book so far

On of my favorite book is On The Track (A Guide to Comtoporary Scoring), written by Fred Karlin and Rayburn Wright (foreword by John Williams) is an absolutely amazing book about scoring movies. both by the richness of its content, and by its very pragmatic approach. This book deals with all the top...

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Michael Connolly
''Pitch Anything'' From Oren Klaff

An amazing book that has helped me raise funds for 2 films...

Jean Buschmann

Great share, thanks!

Michael Connolly

Yeah his Instagram is really worth following!

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