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The only Save the Cat! book on audio! This is the unabridged audiobook, which runs six hours and three minutes and includes a PDF of supplementary material. The book is read by MacLeod Andrews and was produced and directed by Arthur G. Insana.

Blake Snyder, author of Save the Cat! and Save the Cat! Goes to the Movies, has delivered the audiobook countless readers and students have clamored for. Inspired by questions from his workshops, lectures, and emails, Blake listened to you and provides new tips, tactics, and techniques to solve your writing problems and create stories that resonate:

  • The seven warning signs that you might have a great idea - or not
  • Two surefire templates for can't-miss loglines
  • The difference between structure and formula
  • The Transformation Machine that allows you to track your hero's growth step by step
  • The five questions to keep your story's spine straight
  • The Five-Point Finale to finish any story
  • The Save the Cat!® Greenlight Checklist that gets to the heart of every development issue
  • The right way to hear notes, deal with problematic producers, and dive in to the rewrite with the right attitude
  • Why and when an agent will appear
  • How to discover the potential for greatness in any story
  • How to avoid panic, doubt, and self-recrimination...and what it takes to succeed and dare to achieve your dreams

Get ready to face trouble like a pro...and strike back!

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.

©2009 Estate of Blake Snyder (P)2014 Blake Snyder Enterprises, LLC

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  • Gillian
  • 10/12/2015

The Thrill of the Creative!

You don't need to be a screenwriter to find Blake Snyder's "Save the Cat! Strikes Back" informative. As a matter of fact, it's downright essential for anyone crafting a meaningful story. I skipped a bit of the formula: the forty scenes, for example, but everything else is golden for a writer of fiction.
You start with getting the essence down with the pitch and the logline, translation: What's your story about so you can hone in on it and not waste time, energy, and scatter your thoughts. Think about the 180 that your hero is going to be doing, first and last scene, how s/he's going to be growing, follow the spine of the story and don't deviate from it.
Blake gives pithy terminology that just sticks with you, and it's so helpful, not to mention thrilling as he's so positive and exciting as he relays the information to you. He really believes and has followed all that he says. It's all structure, but is still so creative, it just makes you want to get out there and write your own story. And it's not about plugging in this piece here, that piece there. It's about developing your character and watching him transform into something different, something brilliant.
The best thing about the book? When you're stuck is when the magic can really happen. Snyder actually made made me relax with what I had been viewing as insurmountable roadblocks. He made me see the fun that can be had with questions; some hard, most simple and off the wall, opening new worlds of thought and possibilities.
MacLeod Andrews narrates this with a lively intensity and much good humor; he's a joy to listen to. He's very familiar with the material, and he reads it as though he wrote it himself. I'm so happy I used a credit on this.
Inspiring!

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  • Kurt Petrey
  • 20/04/2016

A great addition to my library

Where does Save the Cat! Strikes Back rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Blake Snyder of course knew his stuff and Macleod Andrews is the man when it comes to the narration. I just hope that the other two books are in production.

Have you listened to any of MacLeod Andrews’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have and he's top notch with everything that he does. I especially love the reckoning series.

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This is a great way to learn or be refreshed with the STC method. It continues to surprise me how accurate it is.

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  • KBanks
  • 03/03/2016

Fantastic

Great ending to an awesome series, it is incredibly helpful and inspirational. Loved it. Blake Snyder has once again hit it out of the park.

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  • Cody
  • 16/02/2016

Perfection

Very easy to listen to and follow along with, and the information in the book is invaluable for anyone hoping to pursue a career as a screenwriter. The tone of the author along with the enthusiasm of the reader made it a very enjoyable listen. Would highly recommend!

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  • M. Pittore
  • 04/02/2016

A great book and a great performance

Loved it. I'm a screenwriter with a film in the can and there was still plenty to learn here.

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  • Josh Rogers
  • 02/01/2016

I love it

I feel like not only did I learn specifics, but I was also inspired to never give up.

JOSH ROGERS

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  • James M. Patton
  • 07/08/2018

Convinced me to change some things...

I have read a lot of books about screenwriting, movie making, etc, and the Save The Cat series is the first that have gone beyond telling me I need pen and paper and software and selling skills and actually taught me things that have convinced me to change things in my scripts.

This isn't just how to arrange and how to find an agent, it is literally at what minute in a 90 minute film you should be making this story point and that story pivot.

Not quite as good as the original, but still a good follow up.

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  • TheGeneral
  • 30/07/2018

Inspiring and real!

Blake Snyder brings you forward in the world of creation and screenwriting! Must have and listen to, if you want to write that great story. Thank you Blake!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 19/07/2018

Wonderful book for all writers!

This is a perfect follow up to SAVE THE CAT and covers not only more useful structure tips but also career and life advice. Loved it!

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  • chike nwaozuzu
  • 27/06/2018

Thanks for the book

Thanks for the book. It was quite enlightening and a good insight for people like me with huge dreams.