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#WW CSSC Writer Wednesday | Blog the 39th: Unnecessary Phrases

Tweet There are a handful of phrases that often get used in scripts but shouldn’t.  They violate the rules of screenwriting, but they do it so subtly we are often blind to their negative affect on the story.  But if … Continue reading

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#WW CSSC Writer Wednesday | Blog the 38th: Squishy Lips of Disgust

So make some rules about unity of time, or place or action. I like to choose one of those three and make a choice as a kind of vase into which the flower my writing gets arranged. Continue reading

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#WW CSSC Writer Wednesday | Blog the 10th: I Wrote It Blue

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