Updated 11/13/12 This is Day 10 of 10 Days of Character Building Character bio sheets are not only a simple way to create characters, they are a great way to keep track of the characters you develop. When you write a longer work, such as a novel or screenplay, it is easy to forget minor
I finally got to see Cedar Rapids over the weekend. This movie is getting a slow release, which is a shame because it is easily as funny as any movie I’ve seen this year and I wanted to race out to see it based on the previews, but had to wait almost two months. Just
Iâ€™ll never be a social media guru (even self-appointed) because I have better things to do with my time than try to be clever and follow a few thousand other people who probably arenâ€™t paying much more attention to me than I am to them.
Here are some questions you should ask yourself when you are describing things for a story. You don’t need to describe every element of a story to a minute level of detail, but you should consider what will make your descriptions better, and what can send you off course. What would the characters notice? Describing