Reputation is an idle and most false imposition; oft got without merit, and lost without deserving: you have lost no reputation at all, unless you repute yourself such a loser.
~Iago, Shakespeare, The Moor of Venice, Act II, Scene III, 225-226.
Screenwriter and author H. Raven Rose bleeds ink. She grew up in Georgia in the Blue Ridge mountains of Appalachia and is a writer and author. She writes screenplays, novels, stage plays and more. A frequent collaborator, or writer-for-hire, H. writes, edits, book doctors, or ghostwrites content for other creatives. She has written and edited screenplays, reality and other TV pitch and leave behind documents, one-sheets, synopsis, treatments, query letters, plays, books, children’s books, memoir, and much more. A freelance writer for more than a decade, you can read client comments here. Increasingly, H. writes nothing but science fiction or non-fiction.
H. has her B.L.A. in Screenwriting from Lesley University, in Cambridge, MA. She was salutatorian of her Full Sail University M.F.A. Creative Writing for Entertainment graduate school class (where she happily cross-trained in screenwriting, episodic and serial writing for TV and the web, and won awards for storytelling and storyboarding for animation as well as game writing). She got her certificate in filmmaking at the University of Melbourne, Australia. She has taken writing masterclasses in writing screenplays and prose or attended workshops with experts including Dean Koontz, Ray Bradbury, Sol Stein, Jeff Kitchen, Dr. Richard Krevolin and more. H.’s play Dark Eros, adapted into a suspense novelette of the same title, was staged as readings in Los Angeles, one of which starred Jessica Biel in the lead role as Leila.
H. has taught advanced screenwriting coursework at the Creative Screenwriting Expo in Los Angeles and for Scriptwriters Network on the CBS Radford Lot (on topics including Break through Writers Block, Alternative Story Development for Screenwriters, and Screenwriting from Both Sides of the Brain). Read her creativity research thesis in Screenwriting, An Examination of Traditional and Alternative Story Development Techniques for Screenwriters, about how to access Writing Flow or write the maximum number of pages daily while highly enjoying the process.
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I have to tell I am totally happy with your corrections, it’s a great job… you get me… that’s all THANKS!!! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! I know I’m repeating myself, but it’s such a great job!
H. is one of those writers you pray for… She is first a GREAT writer who listens to notes and delivers fast, concise results. And last she brings her uniqueness to the job which helps you clarify different voices in your writing. I would hire H. in no time for additional jobs.
Your edit continues to amaze and delight me. I worked till late last night and hope to finish it today. If I haven’t said it lately, I’ll say it again, you are amazing! I greatly appreciate the work and care you put into it, it’s greatly benefiting the book. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
H is a pleasure to work with, she is concise, works quickly and is a consummate professional — highly collaborative, she has the unique and rare ability to provide honest, creative insight and input and at the same time is completely receptive to story notes and creative feedback. In short… she rocks!