Hi, I’m gonna talk a little bit more about screenwriting and producing and their relationship. Uh, yeah, the first thing you need to know, if you’re gonna get into screenwriting is to be serious about it, because if you’re not, you’re gonna wanna give up after the 10th or 20th or 30th version of “No”. And you’re gonna hear a lot of no, or a lot of things like, I don’t understand what you’re saying here. This needs to be clearer. Uh, what? No, this really doesn’t do it for me. Things like that.
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By the end of 2011, I could see that counting on Amazon for sales after not becoming KDP-exclusive was a failing strategy. Even so, I refused to make my novels exclusive to them. It seemed like it would be more than an affront to indie publishing. It struck me as the worst possible way to withdraw support for what I saw as a dangerously monopolistic company.
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Hi everyone. Today I’m reviewing this book, The Memoirs of Alice Guy Blaché. Yes. The Memoirs of Alice Guy Blaché. If you don’t know that name, she was actually the first filmmaker to make a feature film and also a remarkable woman for many reasons.
Make no mistake, I am by no means a professional filmmaker. However, as an aspiring screenwriter and a person with a minor disability, I’ve had to learn the art of letting go of doubt and moving on to the next phase if I want to truly embrace my craft.