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May 31, 2007

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Eric

Same here, I have too much going on. Starting to kick up serious progress on one of my stories though, so I know what I'll be doing. :)

KG

Eric — Congrats on leaving your writer's block far behind!

I'll be linking to some of your great scriptwriting resources when I post about Script Frenzy. It sounds like you've had much success using those techniques.

Alan Bradford

Looks like we'll all be spectators. I'm in the same boat. I was actually tempted to stop blogging altogether over the weekend...trying to get myself ready to get back into school in August...and way too much on my mind.

You may have even seen my farewell post show up on your feed reader. I took it down within a few minutes after coming to my senses.

Yeah - I'm anxious to see the results of this cool contest at the end of June. Maybe I'll be in a better place the next time it rolls around.

KG

Alan — Welcome to the Script Frenzy audience. ;)

Glad to hear you'll still be blogging! Sounds like you have a lot going on -- and revving up for school, too. Good luck with prepping.

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