FUCK ME HARDER
i love you
you are gorg
YOU SUCK DICKS
you smell like my cat
SUCK MY COCK
i like ur shoes
f you were a Reader or an aspiring screenwriter and you saw -- slangs,
(including the four letter one and their extensions), street-talks,
catch phrases, run off
sentences, vivid prose -- in the description section of a script,
would that a turn off or would
you say it's slick?
There are 5 pro screenwriters from my script collection (two of them
who write on that level.
Is this the future? I say NO!. But why is this style out there?
Lesson -- stick to your guns, then your voice will be heard.
A Reader from the prestigious Nicholl Screenwriting Contest told me
he's always looking for an original voice when
judging scripts. Your original voice will come from inside your guts
and from the gap that exist between
what you want to do and what you can do and then overcoming that.
Be confident in your style, read the chapter from Phil Gladwin's book
where he talks about how the process starts from inside of you. A
real-turning point in my screenwriting
Just take a look a some of the popular scripts from Nicholl...they
dance to their own tunes...
Don't think your writing is good -- just take that painful journey and
discover your clear, concise, unique voice.
I did massive rewrites of all my scripts and will post samples soon or
you can email me for a preview.
And as for my pitch packages/ettiquete -- not where I want it to be.
I'm not an inch impressed
with my efforts so far.
Soon, you will be able judge -- if I can walk my talk.
I got "Rhino skins", do you? if not, get some.
"Everybody hurts, sometimes", even with Rhino skins.
Cheers and YES YOU CAN!