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Screenwriting articles by Michael Hauge.
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Q: After reading your “Conflict #4: The Nemesis” article and considering the “coming of age/personal development” story I’m ..read more

Q: Is there a way to find an original motivation that is also strong enough for an adventure story? I want to avoid clichés: avenging a ..read more

Time for the seventh in my series of articles on how to captivate your audiences and readers with the use of conflict, and the fourth in ..read more

Q: I found your book on screenplays on my shelf and am refreshing myself with your guidelines on punching up dialogue. Good stuff!! Do you ..read more
Here is the sixth in my series of articles on how to captivate your audiences and readers with the use of conflict, and the third in the ..read more

Here is the fifth in my series of articles on how to captivate your audiences and readers with the use of conflict, and the second in the ..read more

Q: I am finding that when I sit down each day to continue my writing, I read everything I’ve written so far in order to get back into ..read more

Depending on how you look at it, this is either the fifth in my series of articles on how to captivate your audiences and readers with the ..read more

HERE’S a TV trivia question: what do “Laverne and Shirley,” “Better Call Saul” and “CSI: New York/Miami/Tacoma” all have in ..read more

This is the third in my series of articles on how to captivate your audiences and readers with the use of conflict – your most powerful ..read more

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