You have an idea for a story. It may be for a screenplay, a novel, or something else...A graphic novel perhaps.
Where do you start? The short answer: A detailed outline that defines the setting, the characters, plot, and the arcs in the storyline, with a chapter-by-chapter (or scene-by-scene) breakdown of the entire shebang.
Once you have a vivid map, the process becomes that much less daunting, and you can find your way into the story world.
Contact Liminal at email@example.com to discuss your project.
Feedback from clients and other creative professionals:
“Since my first contact with Mariana Sabino I was impressed by her depth in writing and accuracy in suggesting storytelling solutions. We have collaborated a couple of times in a feature film and within the development of a TV series. In both opportunities, she made very relevant comments that helped me to come up with better stories.” – Leo Falcão, filmmaker and creative director of Scriptoscope.
“Mari is a very creative and talented writer. I love how she was able to take my scenes and really capture the mood.” – David Ho, screenwriter of The Beautiful Angel. (Feedback on the adaptation of screenplay scenes into prose for a novel.)
“Excellent writer and such a pleasure to work with!” – Summer Felix, author of Lost and Profound, and The Right One. (Feedback on the crafting of a graphic novel script for one of her stories.)
“Professional and talented. Outstanding work and great creative skills. She is a very dedicated provider and imprints valuable surplus into her work. Deliveries were on time. Highly recommended.” – Mario Calderon, writer. (Feedback on the outline of his story.)
“Mariana Sabino is insightful and ahead of the curve. Any creative project would benefit from her input.” – Angela Meyer, literary critic and author of Captives.