Juliet Lives – A Play Written by My Students

September 24, 2013

Romeo and Juliet (Claire Danes and Leonardo Di I worked with a group of students in my class to write and produce a short dramatic work. We were brainstorming ideas and one of my students suggested doing a version of Much Ado About Nothing. I [Keep Reading]

Silent Cacophony Turns 5!

March 26, 2012

In March of 2007 I started this blog with a very specific goal. I wanted to become a published author and thought it would be a great idea to establish a presence online. So I started this blog with the goal and desire to become a published [Keep Reading]

I’m a NaNoWriMo Winner!

December 1, 2011

I did it! I wrote an entire 50,015 word novel in the month of November to win my very first National Novel Writing Month prize. It feels good! When I first decided to take on this challenge, I only had a rough idea of the story I wanted to tell. I [Keep Reading]

NaNoWriMo Update (Part 1 – The Set Up)

November 13, 2011

It is Sunday night, day 13 of National Novel Writing Month. I was planning on writing a post every week about my progress but I simply haven’t had the time.  It’s tough writing 1,700 words a day for two weeks straight.  But [Keep Reading]

Tackling NaNoWriMo – Am I Crazy?

October 27, 2011

I must be crazy. I’m thinking of participating in National Novel Writing Month this year. The goal is simple – write a 50,000 word novel in the month of November. It sounds simple, but that’s 1,700 words a day for each day of the [Keep Reading]

The Truth is Hidden Within Us

July 13, 2011

Remember when I used to feature a quotation on this blog every week? That was a long time ago. Today, I thought I’d share a nice quote with you all here.I really like this one. It shows a connection that I feel is present among us all. It [Keep Reading]

Another Victorious Script Frenzy

April 29, 2011

I did it! I completed my screenplay “Global Code Green” 100 pages in 28 Days I’m a Script Frenzy winner  for a second consecutive year and it feels really good! I typed “Fade to Black: Roll Credits” last night [Keep Reading]

Script Frenzy: The Midway Point

April 14, 2011

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 [Keep Reading]
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