Tag Archives: television

#Screenwriting: My Inspirational Trip To Universal Studios Hollywood

My girlfriend, Nellie, and I spent the day at Universal Studios in Hollywood as part of our very first trip (for either of us) to California. I’d actually be lying to say that I have never been to Cali before, but when … Continue reading

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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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Why I Am Not Comfortable Asking People To #Pray For My Success

  I am a Christian. Far from a perfect one, but one nonetheless. I don’t speak about it much by choice. I am not “afraid” to do so, nor am I paranoid about everyone who isn’t a Christian trying to … 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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#Racism, #Sexism, #Homosexuality…Stop Calling Them “Agendas.” It’s Called LIFE

As an aspiring professional screenwriter, I’ve always admired the work of Norman Lear. If the name doesn’t ring a bell, he is the man who was behind the classic shows such as Good Times, One Day at a Time, Maude, The Jeffersons, … Continue reading

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#Nashies: IF Connie Britton Exits #Nashville, Here Is Why We Should Respect That

Unpopular opinion coming in 5…4…3…2… I will start by saying this. I am a HUGE fan of Connie Britton. Especially as “Rayna Jaymes.” I can easily say that she is 90-something percent of the reason I watch Nashville and 100-something percent of … Continue reading

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#Screenwriting: Why I Prefer To Write Female Lead Characters

Many years ago, I took up writing as a teenager because I was very shy. I started with poetry, but as time went on, I eventually wrote books and as of the last few years, screenplays. Much of what I … Continue reading

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