Monthly Archives: April 2013

How to Use a Screenwriting Trick to Fix Your Broken Story

See on Scoop.itWhat’s the Story?

Do you know what a logline is? If you’re not a screenwriter, chances are good that you don’t. And that’s a shame, because loglines are great tools for any writer.

M. W. Catlin‘s insight:

Premise statement….log line.    Log line….premise statement.   Great tools no matter what.

See on thewritepractice.com

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Story Judgment – Good or Bad?

See on Scoop.itWhat’s the Story?

The 12 Essential QuestionsEvery Writer Should Answer 8. Main Character Judgment: Good or Bad? As an author, you can temper the story’s Outcome by providing a Judgment as to whether the Main Charact…

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New Voice at Lighthouse: Micro-Interview with Drew Wilson

This is a great writing center in Denver, and now they have someone smart and talented to handle the coms.