Studied screenwriting for years as a hobby and recently made the decision to take everything I've learned and spend the rest of my life (no, I'm not dying anymore than anyone else) putting that knowledge in to action to become a produced screenwriter. I won't give it up until death comes knocking. Even then I'll probably try to write myself a way to avoid his beckoning call.
My general "tools" for screenwriting:
1. Work hard
2. Work smart
3. Never give up
Camp Noose Lake Budget: $100K - $1M | Thriller ⋄ Crime At summer camp, kids sneak out all the time during the night to engage in illicit activities. But what if one of them is missing come morning?
Shadowlands Budget: $30M+ | Sci-fi ⋄ Western On a planet at the frontiers of space known as the 'Shadowlands', the murder of a small mining town’s lawman sets in motion events that threaten the galaxy. With the arrival of the lawman's estranged daugther and the appearance of a mysterious "Shadowman", the remaining citizens of the town attempt to fight back.