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Taming the Chaos of Our Writing

Life is chaos. The whirlwind of existence will forever thwart our plans, hinder our intentions and throw the proverbial monkey wrench at us at the most inopportune times. 540 more words


The importance of your screenwriting momentum...

It happens to all screenwriters eventually. You’re working along on at a good clip, maybe writing five or more pages a day, and then a giant barrier drops in your way. 995 more words

Screenwriting Survival Tactics 101

Tues. Jan. 24, 2017: Piling More on the Plate

Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Waning Moon
Rainy and mild

Yesterday was a busy day. I had contract negotiations on two different projects, admin work, a couple of hours’ work with the staffs of my elected officials, preparation for this afternoon’s meeting, writing (which did not go well), and research into both Italian Renaissance painting and 1930s fashion. 401 more words

Early Bird Routine Update

At the start of the year, I wrote a blog post called, “A Thousand Words Before Breakfast.” It was all about turning my night owl ways on their head and utilizing the old adage, … 458 more words

Writer's Life

When The Writer Disappears

Do you ever find it necessary to disappear? The disappearance is not because of stress, anger or emotional pain, instead it is a time to withdraw into productivity. 241 more words


Penning a Plan: Why you have to set a time to write

As the new year hits, it’s important to have a plan to make your writing successful. One key piece some people overlook is setting a time to write. 427 more words


End, Begin, Again

The end of one year and beginning of the new, a blazing explosion, a fiery goblet, and a burning regret that leads to a wall-eyed morning and the numerical designation of 2017. 885 more words