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#GameOfThrones and Other Popular Shows: Stop Apologizing Because You Haven’t Watched Them

When I was little, I would go to school and every other day, someone would ask a group of kids, “So who watched ______________ last night?” followed by the raising of several hands, to include mine, whether I watched it … Continue reading

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#Screenwriting: Why Reboots Don’t Intimidate Me As a New Writer

Reboots. They’re everywhere. I don’t believe I can get more than one week without hearing about one. Whether it’s a movie or a television show, I either hear of them myself or I hear people talking about them. Scratch that. … Continue reading

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#Screenwriting: Should You Write Outside Your “Lane”?

As a screenwriter, probably my favorite aspect of it is that, as with any other form of art, with the exception of format, structure and in some cases, proper grammar and spelling, there aren’t many “right” or “wrong” answers. There … Continue reading

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#Ghostbusters Reboot: Proof That Many Still Do Not Fully Understand #Sexism

Let’s say that a group of ten people were throwing rocks at your house. Would you come outside, point to one person each time and say, “Hmm…okay, you right there, stop throwing rocks. And…you there, stop. And…you back there, you … Continue reading

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When “Strangers” Support You More Than People You Know

So, you’re someone who has decided to break the monotony that is everyday life by going for something and making a change in your life. Whether it is looking to achieve a lifelong dream or even something such as wanting … Continue reading

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#Screenwriting: Why I Have No Problem Writing Full Scripts As “Practice”

Practice? We’re talking about practice?! A few years ago when I began my journey toward becoming a professional screenwriter, I knew that there would be a LOT I would need to educate myself on before being anywhere near ready for … Continue reading

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People Complain About Today’s Movies Not Being Very Good or Even “Original.” But Ask Yourself: Is That REALLY What You Want?

Let’s say you’re on a road trip. You’re a few hours into the trip and you’re becoming restless. You’ve either stopped listening to the radio or aren’t that impressed with what you’ve been hearing so far, so you flip stations. … Continue reading

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