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Recommended screenwriting books and software

Robert McKee's "Story" is the first screenwriting book I recommend to friends and you will find this book on the shelves of numerous Oscar- and Emmy-award winning writers. Particularly powerful are McKee's scene-analysis techniques that will elevate the quality of your writing.
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Movie Outline is a relative newcomer to the screenwriting software world dominated by the "industry standard" programs Final Draft and Movie Magic Screenwriter -- both of which I've used for years -- but Movie Outline 3.1 has some key features I really like, which also makes this a great intro into screenwriting software if you have yet to invest.

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