Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Happy New Year!

How is everyone?

Have you all Been well?

I caught the flu. I got it on Christmas Day. I feel better now, but still I'm a bit sick, but not as bad as I was. Having the flu is terrible. It makes you feel so weak. It has been a long time -- a very long time since I had the flu--- 8 years.

Following are a list of articles from Script Magazine that I think you'll be interested in. So please take the time to read them.

Writers on Writing: How I Wrote '21 Grams'
Guillermo Arriaga takes you on the inspiring journey of writing his film '21 Grams,' from idea to completion.
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Selling Your Screenplay Podcast: Writer-Director-Editor Saar Klein on ‘After The Fall’

Ashley Scott Meyers talks with writer/director Saar Klein about his new film, After The Fall, starring Wes Bentley. We talk about how Saar got his start in the business as an editor and eventually how he got to write and direct 'After The Fall.'
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Reel Story: Most Common Reasons Why Scripts Are Rejected

Corey Mandell gives advice on improving your odds of success and avoiding your scripts being rejected over and over again.
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Get FREE Download with 16 Tips for Beating Writer's Block from Writing Coach Jenna Avery
What causes writer's block? We show you 5 causes of writer's block and offer Jenna Avery's 16 tips for beating it! Get those words on the page with our free download!
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ScriptMag Archives: Balls of Steel - Being an Outsider
ScriptMag looks back at older articles that still pack value for today's screenwriter. This week, we revisit Jeanne Veillette Bowerman's advice on overcoming being a Hollywood outsider. She shares her tips on networking and breaking through the barriers even when you live thousands of miles from L.A.
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Specs & The City: The Shapeshifter Archetype and ‘Harry Potter’
Brad Johnson continues his discussion on characters, exploring the Shapeshifter archetype and Harry Potter.
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Writer's Edge: Upside Down Inside Out – Half Baked Ideas
Upside down inside out is a sophisticated, yet largely unknown of the dozen or so brainstorming techniques. Steve Kaire explains.
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Learn How to Double Your Odds of Success with our FREE Download: Sript to Novel Writing Tips!
Why only get part of the benefit of your script? Don't just stop there, adapt it to a novel for even more reach with these script to novel writing tips!
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Craft: Tips for Writing Movie Sex Scenes
Bob Verini gives pointers on how to write movie sex scenes, using excerpts from well-written sex scenes to demonstrate a writer's options.
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