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Brain Burn Cometh - a poem

Brain burn hit quick,

The end of a novel

And the thoughts get licked;

Ghastly impressions last long

After that last line be writ down, 58 more words

Writing

CNP Part 4: Characters

I could go on forever about this. I love characters. At least half of every thing I have ever started reading or watching has been because of characters. 340 more words

Writing

Protagonist

How I wish,

you were around,

to keep my feet,

upon this ground,

to clip my wings,

and whisper this…

Life’s a play -

protagonist, 87 more words

Poetry

Introduce your character with character

When we, the reader, first meet an important character in your script, how do you describe them? What are the important details?

A lot of the time, the emphasis is on their physical traits – “tall”, “imposing”, “blonde”, “handsome”, “drop-dead gorgeous”, etc. 329 more words

Screenwriting

Elements of Critique: Leads

I often joke about frustrating circumstances with my kids (or my fellow Airmen), claiming in a gruff Drill Instructor voice that their suffering “builds character.” … 864 more words

Writing

The Game of Life

We all play it, from the moment we are born to the moment the last breath of air leaves our lips. Some of us make it further then others and some of us don’t make it past the first level. 328 more words

Life Style

K is for Katelyn

*drumroll*

We have reached the letter for the protagonist in my current manuscript!

*throws confetti*

This is actually the last post about a character that I’ll be publishing for the #atozchallenge. 583 more words

Writing