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May 13, 2007

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Eric

Maybe. Wrangling two stories right now with a 3rd on the plate. But it might be possible to hijack the one on the backburner for Script Frenzy.

Eli James

Script writing, huh. *wails for another novel writing month*

waspgoddess

I think I have suddenly identified why I don't visit your blog as often as I would like to. Your entries have this habit of challenging me to such an extent that I respond by just crumbling or running away and sticking my head in the sand. And not doing anything.

This, by the way, is a cack-handed attempt at giving you a glowing compliment.

And I love the idea of trying to write a screen play in 30 days. But I also think I'm too chicken to actually try and do it. I have the story, but I just wouldn't know where to start.

KG

Eric — Sounds like you've found a good flow!


Eli James — Keep us posted.


waspgoddess — Thanks for the compliment, my friend --- I think. ;)

More importantly, please don't crumble away! Visit when you can. If you want to tackle that screenplay, there are resources at the Script Frenzy site about getting started.

Cindy

Try writing a reading first draft in 2 weeks. Rough, tough but totally doable even for a beginner.

Becky

I don't know what the heck I'm doing.. but it sure would be fun to try. I have a story. It's a start.

KG

Cindy — That sounds like National Novel Writing Month cut in half. It also sounds like you've done this before. Encouraging! Any tips you'd like to share?


Becky — Sounds great. You have to start somewhere, and as it slowly builds, one day at a time, you'll have way more than just a start. At the end, you may have a screenplay --- how exciting!

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