Lisa asks: How does one base characters on real-life people without pissing them off?
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Tim: What’s the best way to juggle projects when you’re easily bored or distracted?
Brad asks: Can you use unseen characters to good effect, and if so… how?
Charlie’s Angels (tv show)
The Shadow over Innsmouth by H.P. Lovecraft
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by Frank L. Baum
The Wizard of Oz, film
A Few Good Men
Alien Triple Pack (1-3)
The Thing (1982)
Who Goes There by John Campbell
Psycho, a novel by Robert Bloch
Earthcore by Scott Sigler
Down From Ten by J. Daniel Sawyer
The Talented My Ripley, by Patricia Highsmith
Casino Royale, by Ian Fleming
Tim asks: How do you pick a project when money isn’t your top concern?
The Princess Bride
Brad asks: “What’s the deal with westerns? They used to be everywhere, so where’d they go?”
Tim asks: Is a creative slump after a major accomplishment normal?
Ian asks: What are the differences between screenwriting and fiction writing? What can we learn from screenwriting?
On day eighteen of our challenge, the entire gang is here with updates, word counts, and coconuts.
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