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Time for the seventh in my series of articles on how to captivate your audiences and readers with the use of conflict, and the fourth in ..read more
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Q: I found your book on screenplays on my shelf and am refreshing myself with your guidelines on punching up dialogue. Good stuff!! Do you ..read more
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Here is the sixth in my series of articles on how to captivate your audiences and readers with the use of conflict, and the third in the ..read more
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Here is the fifth in my series of articles on how to captivate your audiences and readers with the use of conflict, and the second in the ..read more
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Q: I am finding that when I sit down each day to continue my writing, I read everything I’ve written so far in order to get back into ..read more
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Depending on how you look at it, this is either the fifth in my series of articles on how to captivate your audiences and readers with the ..read more
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HERE’S a TV trivia question: what do “Laverne and Shirley,” “Better Call Saul” and “CSI: New York/Miami/Tacoma” all have in ..read more
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This is the third in my series of articles on how to captivate your audiences and readers with the use of conflict – your most powerful ..read more
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After offering my introductory article on CONFLICT (the one about Tiger Woods), I got a lot of kind and thoughtful responses (thanks, ..read more
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(The phrase “Spoiler Alert” has permeated the media so frequently in the last few weeks that it’s probably unnecessary to repeat it. ..read more

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