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Artists Inspiring Artists

  During my break, I spent time getting to know a couple of new friends of mine. One of them I now call The Artistic One. I honestly had no idea that she had such artistic pursuits until I visited … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Screenwriter, Part 2

First, sorry about missing last week. I was actually in LA with the subject of this post, and the two of us were literally running around last Saturday from 6:30am to about 9:00pm. I couldn’t put together a coherent thought … Continue reading

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Rules Are Made To Be Broken

A word of caution: This entry was written at 2:15am, and therefore may not make one ounce of sense. I was bound to have at least one of those, right? I just heard several of you practically scream at 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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Got Passion?

Inspired by this interview.¬† Zak Bagans is a bit of a polarizing figure. People seem to either love him or hate him for various reasons. Some of you are probably looking at this entry, scratching your head and saying “What’s … Continue reading

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Stop Trying To Please Everyone

When I was younger, I was very careful about what I said and always feared that something I said was taken out of context or seen as offensive. I still think about that often now, and take great pains to … Continue reading

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Write What You Don’t Know

I’ve heard the following line for years now: Write what you know. A lot of writers take that to mean “write about the stuff you have experienced.” Being the slightly loopy person that I am, I have started doing the … Continue reading

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