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Sun, Jul. 27th, 2014 | 01:33 pm  slavezombie

My daughter's name contains the middle initial "L", pronounced elle, which stands not nothing in par

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Sun, Jul. 27th, 2014 | 01:43 pm  slavezombie


Looks like I'm stuck trying to find a new writing regimen as my home network crashed and I'm too lazy to fix it. I am reminded of Murphys Law right now, although it doesn't really fit in I don't think. I started the project of writing 90 pages of movie accept with little regard top flow. All I do is type scene after scene with the general idea of when the character growth should be emphasized.

Right about now, there should be a conflict the reader is anxious to see the resolution of, but I have to admit, I don't know what the fuck it is. Let's review.

In act one, the main character is introduced. Some lame excuse for a break is inserted, the violence my guess, and we enter act 2 with nothing being relevant or revealing of the characters conflict. So, here I go diving in to the first 25 pages to look for ways to create some semblance of growth and conflict.


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