George David’s Answer
For those of you wandering the vast lands of an extended media industry ... There's hope! Indeed, there are some of you who have a strong 'penchant' desire to pursue a writing career ... that's great!
But it is a tough business to get into, especially for someone right out of school (assuming that's the case here). Well, take an example out of history ... my case ... for instance:
I came to Los Angeles after a long sojourn at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, Concordia University, Montreal. I earned consecutive degrees in the fine arts with a MFA in film production to wrap it up. My goals were operational ... seek out and produce art.
Chance has it that my travels have lead me to hook-up, right-off the bat, with a group of music score composers working out of North Hollywood, California; strangely as it came to be but now, I'm effectively working in the movie music industry.
My first impression at such a 'career-forking-path affair' is that a young and eager writer should 'travel' and 'absorb' as much of the world's all mighty glory, as he or she can ... learn your trade in the field! Good luck and best wishes ... See'ya in Hollywood$.
TERMITE CAT PRODUCTIONS LTD., A GEORGE MAYNARD FILMS GROUP/DGM/09-02-2017.