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Five Steps to Becoming a Confident Writer

I used to worry about not being good enough or not having enough money to fund my dreams (to be honest, I still often do). But after a few sessions with Chris Jones and the plethora of other talented speakers at the London Screenwriters’ Festival, those doubts started to fade. 1,005 more words

LSF 2014 - There's no place like home

As wanky as it sounds, and it does sound wanky – as a writer it’s sometimes difficult to feel understood.

But seriously (yeah, seriously wanky!) I have spent many years mulling, writing, mulling, procrastinating and maybe some more writing and a lot of it has been for free until recently. 1,496 more words

Coffee and a Q&A with Chris Jones

Chris Jones, a native of Manchester, England has been a theatre critic for the Chicago Tribune for 15 years and has reviewed thousands of productions locally, in addition to critiquing performances in New York and other cities with rich theatre traditions. 1,191 more words

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P-Jack may be back: Jackson busy with Esks

Paris Jackson was one of a large handful of ex-Lions at practice in Edmonton Thursday (CP)

Not enough space in the paper and way too many storylines were evident from a look at one of Chris Jones’ practice sessions with the Edmonton Eskimos Thursday. 425 more words

The Fifth Quarter

What's Wrong?

 by Chris Jones

What’s wrong with this world? It’s a question we’ve probably all asked ourselves at one time or another. Unfortunately, there’s no simple answer…or is there? 413 more words

Christianity

Top 25 Countdown: No. 10 Louisville Cardinals

Beginning on October 3rd and running up until November 14th, the first day of the season, College Basketball Talk will be unveiling the 2014-2015 NBCSports.com college hoops preview package. 761 more words

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Sophomore tackle Chris Jones turning into defensive phenom for Mississippi State

As a freshman, Chris Jones was arguably Mississippi State’s best defensive football player. The scary part for opponents is he didn’t really know what he was doing. 46 more words

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