Monthly Archives: July 2011

Favourite Scene(s) vol.3 SPOILER ALERT!!!

If you haven’t seen the movie One Week starring Joshua Jackson and directed by Michael McGowan then DO NOT WATCH THIS CLIP. If you have then go for it. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, then go watch the movie. If you don’t care then watch the clip.

I love this series of scenes because it collects the main message from the film (and concludes it) but doesn’t take away from the preceding story, told over 100 or so minutes. Plus, I find it inspirational.

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You’re Not Ready To Be A Professional Writer. Or Are You?

Picked this up in the twittersphere earlier from Jon Winokur and his @AdviceToWriters account. It’s a great article written by novelist, screenwriter, and game designer Chuck Wendig.

He outlines things you need to know about yourself in order to survive and thrive as a person living the writing life.

Check it: Six Signs You’re Not Ready To Make A Living As A Professional Writer


Writing as Training

“When we think about our creativity in terms of training, we begin to understand the importance of working despite our moods.” – from, The Sound of Paper by Julia Cameron

Basically, she’s saying, “Write you fool! Write!”. Or something like that.


Song Inspiration vol.71

iLiKETRAiNS – “Sea of Regrets”


3 Day Novel Writing Contest

Hey, so another link here. This one’s for the 3 Day Novel Writing Contest hosted by…hmmm…the 3 Day Novel Writing Contest. It’s like NaNoWriMo, except over the Labour Day weekend.

Do it! I am.

3 Day Novel Writing Contest


Awesome Neil Gaiman Interview with TimeOut New York

Here a link to an awesome interview with writer Neil Gaiman that my lovely and awesome friend Julia sent me. Can we all please give Julia a round of applause please? <furious clapping> Thank you…please take your seats and click away.

Neil Gaiman interview with TimeOut New York


Favourite Scenes vol.2

Why I Like It:

The music (perfect song selection) combined with the action combined with the feeling/tone is amazing. It is explosively subtle. The bad thing is they cut the last part (or the first part of the next scene) where Finn runs after her in his bare feet and flags down her cab. Intense.


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