This is the second in three posts on how to write a logline.
In the first post, we looked at what a logline is and, more importantly, what it is not.
We learned that a logline is a basic selling tool for your screenplay or novel. It is a one or two sentence pitch that aims to tell the reader about your story in a succinct manner in order to save the reader TIME.
We also talked about the difference between a logline and a tagline, a teaser, and a movie cross.
Now comes the meaty part. This where we break down what goes into a good logline.
The NUMBER ONE MISTAKE writers make when pitching their story is that they do not invest time in their marketing materials. Incredible as it seems, they spend months or even years honing their script, then hammer out a logline in minutes and wonder…
View original post 1,166 more words