Thursday, January 12, 2012

Challenge Accepted

Nope. I don't blog much anymore. I've fallen prey to the ease of social networks, my small in-home business, and writing schedule. Alas, nothing lasts forever. Or, it does but evolves?


Brett threw down a brass fastener or whatever it is screenwriters throw down to challenge one another (it's certainly not a gauntlet or a glove) and dared us to post the first ten verbs from our current projects. This is designed to give us a spark, kindle, or whatever kind of slap upside the keyboard we need to prevent apathy in our verb writing so here goes:


Ouch. Work to be done. Next!


E.C. Henry said...

Good to ready you're still ALIVE! Think it's cool that you have your own business. Hope you're still in the writing "game."

Don't know how often you get out and about, Marryan, but Carson Reeves has a good thing going over at Scriptshaddow, where he reviews mostly black list scripts, and gets A LOT of feedback from other writers. You should check it out sometime.

Just putting the finishing touches on spec. script # 16. Hoping to get it completed in time to take part in a local screenwriting competition in my neck of the woods (which is the Seattle area in case you forgot)

- E.C. Henry from Bonney Lake, WA

MaryAn Batchellor said...

That's all well and good, E.C. but I don't see your first ten words!

E.C. Henry said...

Sorry MarryAn, but that's not the kind of thing I do.

MaryAn Batchellor said...

You did read it correctly, right? It asks for your first ten verbs. It does not ask you to take off ten articles of clothing. Sheesh. Way to make me feel sleezy, there E.C.

And congrats on your sixteen spec scripts. Sounds like you're rockin' 'em out.