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Advice From a Nice Lady

Please note that Stanton Sunshine‘s editor titled this blog post.

As A Writer, Don’t Quit Your Day Job

 by Krystol Diggs

Hello everyone! I am glad that you enjoyed my last post! 493 more words


Screenwriting 434 (p2)

Last week I left off with the idea I’d have to have a project in mind to work through Lew Hunter’s Screenwriting 434. I picked one and set out some of it on Thursday and now I crack the book again. 734 more words


‘Strangers on a Train’: The Hitchcock/Highsmith Smack-down!

*Please note: spoilers below*

Before I begin, I should point out that I’m not the sort of person who usually succumbs to apoplectic rage over the perceived imperfections of a film adaptation of a book. 1,866 more words


My Big Swedish Bombshell Screw Up (Script Idea) -- Cathartic Writing, Too

Editor’s Note: The following is a true story that happened to me. I need to get it out of my system. It would make for a great movie concept for various reasons as will become apparent. 695 more words


Screenwriting 434 and Lew Hunter (p1)

Disclaimer: This post and topic are a non starter and might be properly taken on next week. Hardly worth the post really.


I wanted to see how I felt about this book my brother gave me in highschool when I was trying to tackle my big assignment for the year and, God knows why, I decided to write a screenplay. 1,040 more words


The Neglect of Probability

This weekend a short film I wrote, PEAs (formerly called PICKY) is shooting in Mississippi. This will be my third filmed short, and while that doesn’t seem like much, considering that just two years ago I was Googling “how to format a screenplay” and thinking “damn this is centering and all-capping and margin shit is a pain, don’t they have a program for this?” I’m pretty pleased.  205 more words


Finally, I can breathe!

Good afternoon readers, 

What a crazy few days! I tell you, working in retail is a pain. They give you these crazy hours ( which are not enough) and I haven’t written a thing! 430 more words