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“How to Get Script Readers to Like Your Screenplay”

First, be very careful “directing” when you write. Any direction you do write, should move the story forward, otherwise, don’t use it. The “directions” you write are going to be rewritten any way, by you, or by another writer once … Continue reading

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“Write, Writing, Short Stories, Zen”

Til Death Do Us Part by Don Vasicek Vermillion Capulet’s hit with a hammer eyes jerked. The pain, evident in the crimson edges and disbelief, catapulted as she bungled the ring in her hand. The metallic noise struck the dead … Continue reading

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“Action, Sex, Violence, Hollywood Zen”

To write a box office hit screenplay, you should do some research first before you decide to write a screenplay. Passion for your subject matter plays an integral role in the writing of your screenplay, but common sense dictates that … Continue reading

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