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Blood Toy in ONE Sentence

After reading Kristen Lamb’s blog today, I challenged myself to distill Blood Toy’s plot into one sentence.  After two dozen versions, here it is:

Log Lines and What Editors & Agents Look for: Lessons from #muse2015

Here’s a glimpse at my faves from The Muse and the Marketplace 2015, a high-energy weekend at the Park Plaza Hotel devoted to writing and publishing. 491 more words


Pick Up Lines For a Potential Screenwriter

Stephen King once said in his book “On Writing” that there are two things any writer needs to do to succeed: read a lot and write a lot. 886 more words

Yay for progress!

Here are four contenders for my logline. They are all the same core story. 2 are Maximilian POV and 2 are Ed POV.

#1: In Steam City a narcissistic Master Mechanist struggles to overcome his narcissism in order to keep his secret from his unwanted apprentice. 188 more words


Why are loglines so darn tough

I’ve been struggling with making a logline for my story for over a month now. If I thought it would help I’d just write the thing and then figure it out. 139 more words


Penning, Something.

Short film is underway, and there’s an extent where we have a concept, but no solid narrative yet. However, I will outline what we have so far. 652 more words


3 actions to prepare for a pitch to an Agent or Publisher

Are you pitching your book to an agent or publisher at a writer’s conference?

A pitch is a short, private session with an assigned editor or agent. 280 more words

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