If there are different versions of the same scene, or they are written differently, one can see the differences between the versions and see which is best.
Sometimes, the original scene can be better in comparison to the second or third version.
Sometimes, one gets too involved with the original scene and edits too much.
Comparing a second version of a scene with the first version of the scene may prove the first is better.
Changing the features of a key character in one story means I can use those features in another story.
I am absolutely tired of how many times “And The” appeared in the Harry Potter movie titles. However, it makes sense. Children’s serials may have “And The”. It just connotes a continuing adventure of a character or set of characters in a different adventure than the one before it. There’s been the Hardy Boys series (The Tower Treasure, The House on the Cliff, for example) and those Willard Price series of books like the Amazon Adventure and Tiger Adventure. And of course, the Famous Five. Harry Potter may be the most famous series of adventures that contain magic which has made it controversial.
I happened to get that feeling, should I use this part or lose it, as I was reviewing a part of my own story. It all came down how it made sense in the big picture so I chopped it. Like getting rid of the waste, some things just have to go, in life as well as writing.
This week writing has been writing a devotion based on old notes of my bible reading, a humor piece that I completed and submitted, and a significant revise of a poetry.
Patience and time is a key to working on pieces, though one may be tempted to get the work done fast, so one can move on to the next thing. No, don’t do that. A calm spirit is better. Patience and time gets things done better.
Have submitted today a long piece of poetry see how it goes hopeful.
What I’m reading. After reading and reflecting on the book of Job I went back to the start of the Bible with Genesis, with the intention of noting facts of the scripture rather than reading primarily for themes. Thematic analysis is what I had been doing, but I wasn’t sure if I was being true to the text by seeing themes that may or may not be there, for what was the purpose of writing devotionals.
I’ve also finished Star Wars, the original novelization of the film. This year it’s been re-published in a trilogy of books. This trilogy is the original Star Wars trilogy, from A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, to Return of the Jedi. I was surprised how they condensed two hours that seems longish into a shortish book. I expected longer, but that’s how this film-tie in went.
With three publishers wanting to see my work, you’d think I’d be happy about that. Well, I am, but it’s just three isn’t it? It’s casual writing work. Short writing or thereabouts. Like it. Would like more avenues but am grateful for what’s in the writing department.
With avenues for writers scarce in the religious genre, the younger ones are being promoted. Did a lot back in the day when the publishers were still going. Hope the younger ones do well.
May just find something else as well. So I keep the possibility open. Have two websites I use for information on publishing somewhere else.
With the thought of possibility, one may never let the possibility die. Opportunities may come and go, but possibility can be forever, whatever happens. Because one thinks, what if? Then you keep on going.
I couldn’t have imagined how many words in Dante’s Inferno could be misunderstood, those mildly or moderately complex and very complicated words that requires a dictionary. I came up with about 300 difficult words which I randomly scribbled on a card to look up later. It became a very interesting exercise.
A good thing about writing Pirates of the Caribbean reviews is learning how to spell
Carribean, no I mean Caribbean (It gets easier).