Mary Andonian

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Name: Mary Andonian
Date registered: February 27, 2014


I am a screenwriter who's also into healthy cooking. I have a celiac daughter who requires a gluten free diet, and I am a sugarholic who needs to cut back on her sugar consumption. Thought it would be fun to riff on all things screenwriting-related as well as dropping in a few sugar free/gluten free options here and there. ScriptEasy is just simple tips to help make your screenwriting easy and breezy.

Latest posts

  1. Willamette Writers offers fun Writing Contest — March 20, 2014
  2. Conference Success Basics – Action Step 1 — March 14, 2014
  3. The ScriptEasy: Screenwriting Tip #1 — March 10, 2014
  4. Gluten Free Screenwriter — March 5, 2014

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Mar 20

Willamette Writers offers fun Writing Contest

As far as contests go, this couldn’t be easier. Six words, my friends. Check it: Good luck, and check out Willamette Writers for more info. &nbsp;

Mar 14

Conference Success Basics – Action Step 1

“The agent wants to see my first forty pages.” “The editor wants to publish my ‘How-To’ book.” “The Hollywood producer wants the rights to my YA series.” You hear these things all the time at a writers’ conference. So what’s holding YOU back?  If you’ve ever considered going to a conference, this is your year! …

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Mar 10

The ScriptEasy: Screenwriting Tip #1

I started this blog with the hope it could become a place to go for a brand spanking new screenwriter to learn easy tips and tricks as they developed their first screenplays. I envisioned these writers assembled in a SpeakEasy, relaxing with a favorite beverage, enjoying quiet and easy conversation about how to write a …

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Mar 05

Gluten Free Screenwriter

Although this site is primarily about screenwriting and writers’ conference success tips, I also want to make mention that we are a gluten free household. That’s because I have a daughter with Celiac disease. I liken gluten in your diet to screenplays with unnecessary fillers and bad prose.  Not a good thing. I’ve cooked gluten …

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