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  • Vaishnavi, sometimes you just have to move on and come back to rework things later.  I know that I could work on the same section of my work indefinately but that woul...
  • Gen, I want to add my two cents in response to your question about moving from scene to scene. I'm struggling with that, too. Looking very closely at the "The First Cu...
  • Just wanted to say: Am really enjoying this discussion you all are having. Very stimul...difficult when it's an adult working with children, for sure. That adult must model openness, listening, respect...
  • Started by Valerie Furnas
    Last reply by Katie Checkley
    When I first started my book I opened an empty word document and started to type.  I was good for ten pages then ran into some problems.  I had no road map.  I didn't...
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  • Okay. Shoot, guys. Fairly drastically reworked version of the short story tentatively called, "Crossing the line." Can you tell me if this is better? Well, actually, b...
  • It's funny how we've segregated these two discussions! I did leave a lot of the detai...difficult when it's an adult working with children, for sure. That adult must model openness, listening, respect...
  •   Sorry.  I posted this yesterday but have been advised that I need to insert a copyright protection on it as it is an edited extract from my new book Screenwriting Th...
  • It takes a great deal of courage to meet the challenges in our lives without any discrimination of our fellow beings - how much more courage we need with it. I believe...
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  • Started by Sakki selznick
    Last reply by Elisabeth Kinsey
    It never occured to the Halburtons to question the existence or the goodness of God. J. Seneca in particular, was absolutely certain he understood God’s Will, just as...
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  • Hi Amy, I would love to read Pat Conroy's open letter to a school board - I didn't he...difficult when it's an adult working with children, for sure. That adult must model openness, listening, respect...