Wordsmithing by Tabitha

For all your writing needs


6a00d83451f4a069e2017d3c342fc1970c-800wiScreenwriting is the art of condensing a fiction or non-fiction story to its most basic, visual elements. It is writing a play; with scenes, characters, dialog, and storyline, all with a mind for how it will play out on the big screen, instead of on stage. Although a well-written screenplay will still convey the richness of the scenes and the background of the characters, everything in a screenplay story is condensed, so that (usually) the whole story can be told and understood in no more than two hours, or 120 pages; or 45 minutes, if it is an hour TV show.

Current Projects registered at the WGAw:

A Way Out

Logline: When two, retired Navy SEALs, now working for the CIA, discover a plot to abduct the U.S. Ambassador in Algeria, they risk everything to save him.

Just in Time

Logline: A struggling stage actor takes a part in a bank robbery gone bad. By a twist of fate, he ends up with the money and must decide whether to run, or try to rebuild his life as it was.


Need help with your project? Contact Tabitha at: 360-354-0448 or tabithareimer@gmail.com