Hey guys, I was wondering if any of you screenwriters out there have any advice on how to become a better writer. When I say this, I'm not looking for 'keep writing'. I think there are ways in addition to that to hone different aspects of one's skill sets that pertain to our wonderful craft of screenwriting. Basically, I've written some screenplays. But I feel like as a writer I am no where near ready to hit the market place with I've created. Do any of you have any practices or exercises that helped made you a better writer? Any books or seminars? Also, to note, I'm not looking for a miracle potion to drink that will turn me into the likes of Aaron Sorkin or Charlie Kaufman, just practical advice for what I can add to my work regime. I think what would also help is if I sat down with a more professional writer and they pointed my weaknesses and worked with me to improve them. Have any of you heard of a service like that? Thanks in advance! You guys rock!