Sadie Francis Skyheart

Screenwriter & Author

Heart Space: This month’s inspirational message about infinite possibility comes from a PEACOCK. #100 Screenplays 2020 I’ve read 49 scripts so far, almost halfway to my goal! This month I’m reading about superstitions and family issues. You can join me for free here. Monthly writing prompt: This month’s PITCH STORM™ writing prompt goes from campy …

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#100 Screenplays 2020 I’ve read 31 scripts so far. This month I plan to finish reading all the Oscar contender scripts, and some of my favorite Rom-Coms. You can check my progress here. Monthly writing prompt: This month’s PITCH STORM™ prompt is so unreal! A huge jock meets a demonic wishing well and wait until …

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Happy New Year and Happy #NationalScreenwritersDay! I’ve decided my theme for this year is empowerment. Throughout 2020 I plan to post the following on a monthly basis: Reading challenge: An empowering way to improve my writing and a fun peek at the behind-the-scenes of the film industry. I’ll keep a log of scripts that I …

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I’m in the August 2015 issue of Oprah Magazine! Here’s how it all came together: This past spring I was inspired to answer the O monthly reader question, so I did. A few weeks later, I got an email from a lovely staffer at O Magazine, notifying me that I was being considered for inclusion …

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So much has happened in the last month, and I can’t wait to tell you all about it! I stopped a thief this week, but I’ll save that crazy story until the end. First,  I am so grateful for all the support from friends, family, and even total strangers on kickstarter and social media. THANK YOU! I launched …

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I’ve been known to stay in my writing cave for way too long. Sometimes I get so immersed in the revision process that I start to lose touch with the feeling I was trying to convey in the first place and the only way to bring the insane over-thinking to a screeching halt is to take …

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For months I have been working on the ending to my first novel. As a writer of YA urban fantasy, I have had the pleasure and pain of creating new characters, hopefully ones that are relatable but not cliché, intriguing but not too weird. There are many reasons writers need to take breaks from writing, …

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