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125 Pages And We’re Moving On…

125 Pages And We’re Moving On…

Script Frenzy this year is over – although the script is not yet complete. I managed, in this month of mind-blowing script-ness, to write 125 pages. I probably could have written more. It takes me 45 minutes on average to write about 10 pages of that script, and I usually averaged around four per day, which shows how much time I put into it… Nevertheless, I’m pretty satisfied with what I got. For a start it’s 125% of the original…

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London!

London!

Today, I went to a Script Frenzy write-in up in London. For those of you that don’t know, Script Frenzy is the sister event of NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month. (Script Frenzy is also known as Screnzy). The aim is to write a 100-page script in the month of April. Apart from the fact it’s a script, not a novel, and it’s pages, not words, the main difference is that you’re allowed to write with a partner! For the…

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A Productive Day and No Excuse

A Productive Day and No Excuse

Readers. Readers! Welcome. I haven’t seen you in a while. Or rather, I have seen you, but it’s been pretty uneventful and not really very interesting. More crazy than interesting, to be quite honest. Anyway, I’ve realised I’ve got absolutely no excuse for not writing a proper blog post now, since not only are most of my exams over but it’s also the holidays – and a Saturday at that. So three reasons why I really have to sit down…

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