Movies You Made: “Yellow Sky”

Margie Walker, Here’s what’s trending on Twitter this week.

Margie Walker, complete your Twitter profile today!

Margie Walker, Complete your Twitter profile today. Add a profile photo Help others find and recognize you Add a background header Show off a bit of your personality Add a short bio A quick snapshot of who you are Margie Walker @jigi834fata A short description of you What are you waiting for?

Margie Walker, complete your Twitter profile today!

Margie Walker, Complete your Twitter profile today. Add a profile photo Help others find and recognize you Add a background header Show off a bit of your personality Add a short bio A quick snapshot of who you are Margie Walker @jigi834fata A short description of you What are you waiting for?

Ask a Doctor favorited a tweet from mankumari rana on Twitter!

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300: Rise of an Empire: Film Review

Margie Walker, Here’s what’s trending on Twitter this week.

The Writer’s Mind

Writers think even when they can’t be writing. It’s been an eventful sabbatical: surgery, recovery, two moves and a permanent home, at last. Writing projects took a back seat but I never stopped thinking about them. Thank you to all the loyal followers who stayed with me with tweets, comments and visits to the Facebook page. … Continue reading

Le vol des Cigognes – Kou Le Vol des Cigognes

http://www.canalplus.fr/c-series/c-le-vol-des-cigognes/pid5263-le-vol-des-cigognes-kou.html

Write in increments: tackle parts of the whole

The outline is the key to writing your story. I am currently working on a script with a co-writer. Since we both know the outline we can plug in scenes no matter where in the story. We are building the story scene by scene but not necessarily written in sequence. Each increment we write adds … Continue reading

What makes a character strong?

When I say strong, I mean a character who grabs your attention during the story and is memorable afterwards.  He or she may or may not have a strong “character.” Think of your five favorite films. Take a look at the character who leads the story. What does he do? Why do you care? Examine … Continue reading

Plot templates and devices, Beware the Jabberwock, my son!

You’ve seen them— the books, lists, articles—that enumerate plots. The betrayed lover, coming of age, the quest, the hero’s journey, etc. There’s nothing wrong with them—as tools. Any reader can tell you they can spot a “plot template.” The story plods, the turns are predictable. The reader puts down the script and picks up the … Continue reading

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