Circa 1996. The scene: At the local multiplex, inside one of the cinemas. The action: I am sitting down in the back seat, watching Dead Man Walking. Reaction: I am seeing its worth. Consequence: I write a review. Context: As a reviewer. Background:….Overall story: Circa 1995….
I said in an earlier post that film was down on the life list, and this would be true because when it comes to writing about film and other things as well, it’s just all too much in one go. The solution is doing one form of writing at a time — until the goals… Read More Film: down on the life list? Really?
I believe in boot camp, but on another level I’d hate to do it.
The English teacher warned the eagerly listening class about waffle. Let me add: you only waffle when you don’t write with conviction. Conviction is the key to eliminating waffle.
Sometimes, a writer may get bored writing in the same genre. So, taking a break may do wonders for the writing and the outlook. One may turn their writing wares to another genre for a while and come back to the other one later. I did this not knowing what good it would do me.… Read More Writers taking a break everywhere