TLC Script Reader Karol Griffiths Publishes Script Editing Guide

August 11, 2015 | Other News, TLC Talent

We’re pleased to share the news that Karol Griffiths, who reads scripts for TLC, alongside fiction MSs for first-time novelists, is due to launch The Art of Script Editing, a practical guide to script development. The book is due for release September 23rd, 2015 with Kamera Books. You can pre-order the book here. If you have a script in development that you would benefit from feedback on, and think that Karol might be your ideal reader, you are welcome to request her by emailing .

‘A clear, insightful and sensitive look at the work of script editors and screen writers’

Hossein Amini: writer of Drive and director of The Two Faces of January

The Art of Script Editing provides a comprehensive overview of this vital role, examining its responsibilities and functions during all stages of the development process, both in film and television. Detailing the nuts and bolts of the job, it looks at what’s required and expected, how script editors assess a script, their approach to working with writers and producers, and their input during rewrites and pre-production, and up to a project’s completion. It also examines the ways in which writers and producers can benefit from working with a professional script editor as they seek to refine and communicate their vision.

This book is a valuable resource for anyone developing a script no matter where they are in the process, for writers and producers interested in expanding their understanding of how a script is advanced, and for those pursuing a career in script development.

About the Author

Karol has a diverse background with years of experience working with playwrights, film and television writers as well as bestselling novelists. She has been Lynda La Plante’s script and copy editor and an integral part of her development team for the past three years.  In that time she edited the novels BacklashWrongful Death, and the quick read novel The EscapeShe also script edited Season 4 of the highly acclaimed ITV Television series Above Suspicion, and has helped develop numerous other film, television and theatrical projects as well as working with self- and traditionally published writers one on one. Karol has a Master of Fine Arts Degree from Yale School of Drama, a BA in Drama and English Literature, and a Post Graduate Diploma from NFTS in Script Development.

For TLC Karol reads scripts, screenplays, and a range of fiction including crime, historical, coming-of-age, women’s fiction and magical/spiritual fiction