Monthly Archives: June 2012

Shiri

I rented the South Korean movie Shiri¬†from Netflix. It took me four days to watch it. The reasons are pretty sad, but a bit understandable. I was afraid. Here’s the thing; the plot synopsis sounded strangely familiar to my novel … Continue reading

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Better To Be

“Better to be without logic than without feeling.” ~Charlotte Bronte When I was a pre-teen, I had the predictable first crush. When I informed adults around me that I thought I was “in love,” I got the distinct impression that … Continue reading

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Your Novel = Your Mirror

Last night, I had a conversation with my BFF in LA (the screenwriter) about¬†BLAQUE. Okay, that’s a lie; it wasn’t a conversation. It was 2.5 hours of her practically smashing my head into a metaphoric mirror. She read the first … Continue reading

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