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The Script Re-Write

The key to a Re-write is to be able to take on board criticism and edit the script accordingly to appeal to an audience. Sometimes a best way to do this is to step back from it for a few days, then head back to it and read it again. 304 more words


Creating a Protagonist with Depth: Part Three

If you haven’t read the first two part in the series, you can find Part One HERE and Part Two HERE.

Now, on to today’s discussion! 344 more words


Clouds but no storm

I think I’ve worked out why my storm chasing novel has stalled. It’s bugged me for ages because I’ve got all the characters and an outline of all the things I want to happen to them but when I sit down to write it I become disengaged really quickly and struggle to put anything down on paper. 304 more words

Character Study: 24's George Mason

**Spoilers for 24 seasons 1 and 2**

In the first season of 24, George Mason appears to be one of the show’s many throwaway characters. 1,623 more words

Essays On Film

Thou Shalt Not Kill Off Thy Characters . . . or Should You?

Tess Gerritson makes some interesting comments about this topic:

Tess says:



Even in stories for younger audiences where killing is not part of the plot–bad things can and… 67 more words


Week XVIII – We Needed More Girls?

Season 8, Episode 14 (Toronto’s Girl Problem)

Another week, another episode centred around females. Last week, it was mentally ill female inmates/patients; the week before, it was lingerie models. 922 more words

Katy Pontificates

What are You Reading Thursday?

I finished the 28 disc audiobook of Outlander! Wow. That is all I can say. Wow. I was impressed by the detail and the depth she took with the characters and the whole story arc. 116 more words