An article in today’s Daily Mail has sparked outrage on the net and quite rightly, because the man who wrote it is either still working for Henry Tudor or he knows no more history than William Shakespeare did. 570 more words
Tags » Historical Inaccuracy
After nearly getting bowled over and trampled into little, messy writer-pieces this weekend, I knew it was time for another Author’s Tool.
While the relative ease of research these days can be a boon to an author, the influx of information can get rather… well, … 295 more words
Greetings Loved Ones! Liu Is The Name, And Views Are My Game.
As some of you might already know, my all-time goal is to become a screenwriter in Hollywood, and as some others of you may well be aware, the first step to becoming a successful screenwriter is learning the structure of a good screenplay. 3,290 more words
Pocahontas was one of the first films that I saw in theaters growing up. I owned the VHS tape and really enjoyed the “Romeo and Juliet” narrative style. 705 more words
I will be the first person to say that I am not a big T.V person. Sure I might plop down to the evening news (or the odd episode of the Big Bang Theory) and I use Netflix for Doctor Who, but I’m usually so busy running from one place to the other that I don’t have time to watch a show regularly. 437 more words