Archive for May, 2009

Am I Procrastinating?

May 28th, 2009 No comments

Well, let’s be honest – if you’re asking that question, then chances are that the answer is yes. There you go. But you’re procrastinating aren’t you, so you probably want a longer answer than that. Read more…

How Do I Measure Success?

May 22nd, 2009 No comments

It’s hard for me to see whether I am improving in my writing. I don’t mean ability. That can wait for a bit. At the moment it’s about volume. Honestly, I’m so poor with the amount of time I spend writing, that any time doing it is considered good at the moment. But then, without regularly churning out work, how can I judge that I’m getting better? When does a little bit become a little bit more? Read more…

Where is the Creative Bit?

May 14th, 2009 No comments

It might not be where you think. A lot of people feel that writing is the act of putting pen to paper, or finger to keyboard. That’s both the part that makes writing seem so accessible and easy, and the part that makes it so intimidating. It seems easy because anyone can write words on the page. But we’ve all sat down in front of a blank page and stared at it with creeping terror. But is that really the creative part to writing? Is that really writing at all? Read more…

Collaborating – the Bad

May 7th, 2009 No comments

Okay, so collaborative writing can be fun, and there are numerous positives. But there are some things that you should be wary of and aware of.
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Converting to Script 2 – Finding your voice

May 5th, 2009 No comments

OK. So, I got my framework. I got an A-Z map of how to write this film in my 35 Steps. The only thing I don’t have is time. I’m sure it’s been said before, b

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ut time is like gold to a writer. Read more…