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8 Things Writers Forget When Writing Fight Scenes .no, Karakterer, Skrivetips, Skriving, Show don't tell

Fiction Friday: 8 Things Writers Forget When Writing Fight Scenes

Recently, I attended a session called “Writing About Fighting” at VCON, a science fict ion and fantasy conference. The panel consisted of writers and experts who were disciplined in mul…

An opening line should invite the reader to begin the story. It should say: Listen. - Stephen King Writer quotes, quotes for writers, writing inspiration. Writing Advice, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Writing Prompts, Fiction Writing, Writing Ideas, Writer Quotes, Book Quotes, Quotes On Writing

Mina Khan

Mina Khan is a Texas-based writer and food enthusiast. She daydreams of hunky paranormal heroes, magic, mayhem and mischief and writes them down as stori...

Writer and Proud: The Difference Between Villains and Antagonists. Writing tips.

The Difference Between Villains and Antagonists

Oftentimes, the words "villain" and "antagonist" are used interchangeably, and there's good reason for this (which I will talk about it just a moment). However, they do not mean the same thing, and this is where some writers get tripped up. Image found at http://undertheivy.tumblr.com/page/44. It is not mine. I had to figure out the difference for myself a while back, when I realized that while my main character (Mara) for Shadows and Light was a villain, she wasn't an antagonist. Likewise…

Jami Gold's Writing Worksheets: Help for all writers, from newbies to experts and from plotters to pantsers. Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Writing Ideas, Teaching Writing, Persuasive Writing, English Writing, Writing Jobs

Worksheets for Writers | Jami Gold, Paranormal Author

Jami Gold's Writing Worksheets: Help for all writers, from newbies to experts and from plotters to pantsers.

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From Passion To Profit: How To Make Money Doing What You Love

From Passion To Profit: How To Make Money Doing What You Love

These people used technology to turn their passions into careers. Here’s what they learned along the way.

All 18 Pixar Movies, Ranked From Worst To Best Trying to rank all 18 Pixar films in order of quality is like trying to rank your children . Cartoon Drawing Tutorial, Cartoon Girl Drawing, Drawing Tutorials, Art Clipart, Image Clipart, Character Design Cartoon, Character Design Animation, Cartoon Design, Pixar Movies

All 22 Pixar Movies, Ranked From Worst to Best

From Toy Story to Cars 3, and everything in between.

Canal Plus Film Making Flow Charts cover genres action, animation, horror and…

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BEHIND THE LINES WITH DR: My Inner Charlie Sheen - Many artists have Charlie Sheen ego moments. Doug Richardson describes his and what pulled his ego back in check. Charlie Sheen, Science Student, Social Science, Behind The Lines, Us Universities, Success Criteria, Dream Career, Film School, Education System

BEHIND THE LINES WITH DR: My Inner Charlie Sheen

Many artists have Charlie Sheen ego moments. Doug Richardson describes his and what pulled his ego back in check.

Joss Whedon recently gave an interview with the Impossible Network where he talks about the craft of screenwriting and getting ahead in the industry. In this great interview he offered some excellent maxims.

Age of Outrage: Was Joss Whedon Just Run Off Twitter By the Usual Angry Mob?

Joss Whedon left Twitter today. He deactivated his account completely.

The Epic Saga of Joel Silver: Money Struggles, Feuds and (Another) Second Chance - Hollywood Reporter Joel Silver, Most High, Second Chances, Bad Feeling, Screenwriting, Filmmaking, Saga, Money, Hollywood

The Epic Saga of Joel Silver: Money Struggles, Feuds and (Another) Second Chance

A meeting in Palm Springs led to a deal with a Canadian billionaire as the 1990s' most high-flying producer concludes a long search for financing amid heavy debts; lavish, leveraged homes; and, sometimes, a trail of bad feelings. Says Silver: "There are always people willing to say things that are not nice."

Work Smart: If you want to support and nurture innovation in your company, it is time to start thinking about how to reduce mental scarcity and increase the mental bandwidth of your team members.

How To Streamline Your Work Life To Make Time For More Creative Ideas

When you feel busy and overwhelmed innovation falls by the wayside, here’s how to clear your mind and still get everything done.

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An ex-NFL player who made $13 million and retired at age 26 is now a writer for HBO's 'Ballers'

He went from the NFL to the Writers Guild of America.

Season 4 of “Downton Abbey” introduces a major shift in plot, as well as a shift in style, evident in the fashion of the character Lady Edith Crawley, played by Laura Carmichael. Downton Abbey Costumes, Downton Abbey Series, Downton Abbey Fashion, Edith Crawley, Matthew Crawley, Roaring 20s Fashion, Laura Carmichael, Lady Mary, Season 4

Writers’ Rooms Vs. Solo Scribes: Where Does TV Creativity Flourish Best?

The writers’ room has become a staple of American television production. But look to our British friends across the pond, and they’ve got other ideas. Imagine: one writer, penning all the episodes …

On Matthew Weiner’s TV series Mad Men, the set for the New York apartment of Don and Megan Draper is a penthouse on Park Avenue. Photography by Eric Laignel.

Matthew Weiner’s Creative Solution For Eliminating Doubt

Matthew Weiner discusses his process for writing Mad Men and the particular form of collaborating that allows him to get through a large volume of material–even if it sometimes feels like cheating.