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You Are A Soul

I offer this up to those of you who need a reminder that you are loved.

Dear You

I want you to know who I am and what I’m about. 563 more words

Love

Not My Hobby

Today, I patronized my least favorite store. All of the clerks are tired and surly. I don’t blame them. If you follow the news at all, you know that the store’s owner beats the Bible over employee heads without a thought. 588 more words

Writers Write

THANK-YOU, BURR.

Dear Alexandre Burrows,

Thank-you, hardly seems enough for what you gave this city for 12+ years, but I’m going to try. First things first, please know that you never once for a second ever let me down. 489 more words

NHL

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Alexandre Burrows. Forever a Canuck. The first Canuck's game I saw was at Rogers Arena. It was magical. Burrows skated as though he was floating over the ice. Watching #14 on the ice was a thrill. He must have angels by his side! Vancouver will never be the same. I feel the same sense of inspiration, as was mention in Sarah's beautiful farewell message. Thank you, Burrows. That is all I can offer you, as well. Yesterday was such a sad day, when I heard he was traded to the Senators. The only good news is watching Burrows make his mark with the Ottawa Senators. Alexandre Burrows, you make hockey magical.

Matt Frank Finally Writes

It was finally time. If one wants to be a writer one must write. I finally have begun to put my myriad of ideas and stories down on paper, or hard drive I guess. 209 more words

Matt Frank

60 Things for Your Characters to DO While They Talk or Think

Creating and developing every little thing characters do in your stories is, although rewarding, very exhausting. As screenwriters, we have to take this task one step further and write the characters’ actions in such a way that they can be understood so they can be converted to images and actions performed. 46 more words

Screenwriting

Loose Wires

Sometimes you just want to shake your head.

Mention to someone, anyone that you are a writer and like clockwork the comments come. “Oh. I’ve always wanted to be a writer” or “I’m going to write a book when I retire” as if it were that easy. 255 more words

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