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He Said Yes To The Screenplay!

Eight words can really change your mood and the flow of your week, Modern Philosophers. As I was leaving work last night, I discovered a message from my producer, who had just read my screenplay adaptation of two of my … Continue reading

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First Drafts Can Be Hell

The Devil burst into my living room like he was being propelled by a burst of eternal Hellfire. “I hear we need to celebrate!” Lucifer declared excitedly. As always, he was well dressed in an impeccably tailored suit, but this … Continue reading

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The Big Turnaround

I posted a photo of this tree on Facebook the other day, Modern Philosophers, and explained that I think of this as my Turnaround Tree. Whenever I arrive at this landmark on my morning run, I know it’s time to … Continue reading

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Adapting On The Porch

I spent all day yesterday out on the porch, adapting my short stories into a screenplay, Modern Philosophers. This was a whole new kind of writing challenge for me, and I absolutely loved it. I’ve never adapted my own work.  … Continue reading

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