Script Frenzy: The Midway Point

Tomorrow marks the halfway point for this year’s Script Frenzy challenge.

With proper formatting, one page of script equates to roughly one minute of screen time. A theatrical release is typically 100 minutes long so the challenge is to write 100 pages in the month of April. 
I have been keeping you updated as to my progress via Twitter, but just in case you missed it, here are the highlights. 
As you can see, I took some time aside from writing to join the Script Chat. That was a pleasant distraction.

If I were keeping a steady pace, I’d be up to page 50 of my screenplay now. As it stands I am only a quarter of the way through the project as it stands at a solid 26 pages.

My time is more limited than it was last year, but I am not worried. I am dedicated to finishing this challenge on time. I am hoping to write a few more pages tonight when I get home from work.

I appreciate all the support you have shown me in the way of tweets and comments on the blog. That really helps.

Thanks! 

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