Tag Archives: script
A while back, I did a post on cliches that are so common, they’re almost obligatory. But it didn’t end there. Oh no.
So here are some more. And I’ve even made them into a handy bingo card for you to use on your next movie night. Continue reading →
Containment – episode 1 released 8th May.
“The show has been created entirely from everybody’s homes and follows a rich mix of diverse, crazy and colourful characters as they adjust to life inside of a fictional lockdown situation! We’ll see their daily lives, their video diaries and so much more as their stories unfold!” Adam Spinks – director Continue reading →
Originally posted on Magic Reviews:
#pictpublishing A role to die for… Everyone wants to be a movie star. When indie director Darton Jellicoe heads off to Little Cocking Manor to film his life’s opus, he doesn’t count on the interventions…
First of all, I hope everyone is keeping well. Things seem to have gone from nought to weird very quickly. Trying to keep things as normal as possible which, for a writer, means a new book is still due out. The Ghosts Of Little Cocking. Fancy a laugh? Continue reading →
“You must write every day. Doesn’t matter if it’s complete rubbish.”
Now, if anyone gives me advice and started off with the words you must, then you can be pretty sure I will do the opposite. In fact, the best way to get me to sit down is to tell me to stand up. Continue reading →
“I dare you not to cry.”
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‘I haven’t got time to read; I’m too busy writing.’
When did you ever hear somebody say ‘I haven’t got time to eat; I’m too busy cooking.’ or ‘I haven’t got time to wear clothes; I’m too busy sewing a pair of trousers.’ Continue reading →
Ever had someone ask you “So what’s your book/play/film about?”?
Yes, you have.
We all have.
There’s two ways this can go. You either tell them, even if you’re not entirely sure yourself just yet (hey, it happens – don’t judge). You then watch their eyes glaze over as they start mentally redesigning their cutlery drawer just to stay conscious. Apparently, it’s a great antidote to all the ‘umm’s and ‘ahh’s and disjointed sentences that inevitably tumble awkwardly from your mouth. Continue reading →