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Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Emails and Alligators

Scott from http://www.alligatorsinahelicopter.blogspot.com/ pointed out my email was not working, thanks for that Scott, and I appreciate the referral and signing me up to the 100 top viagra sites, will come in handy in my old age.

So,on the off chance someone has been trying to email me to see if I know Elle McPhersons phone number, you can try again. I don't have it, but you can now find out via email. Do you think I would really give her number away? She might now Angelina or Jessica Alba. ;-)

Scott had also written an entry on bad dialogue, ie characters talking to themselves. My little contribution to Warren's Group Project (at
http://www.screenwritinglife.com/ )seemed to fit what he was saying perfectly. Unfortunately. ;-) I asked him, and he was kind enough to take it apart a bit and let me know his thoughts. So, if you want to see some constructive comments from a reputable reader, go and have a read at his site. I don't mind constructive criticism at all, if I am going to improve at writing, then getting feedback(and actually doing it) are the only ways.

cheers
Dave.

5 Comments:

At 4:26 pm, Blogger Chris (UK Scriptwriter) said...

I agree about the feedback. When my current effort is finished, I'd gladly have it taken apart. That way I can maybe put the pieces back along with some extra work and have something that could have a chance. We should never be too proud.

P.S. thanks for that link on writing a phone call.

 
At 4:57 pm, Blogger Grubber said...

Pleasure Chris, happy to help out someone in same situation! hmmm Aussie helping a Pom.......something not quite right about that! ;-)

 
At 9:37 pm, Blogger Chris (UK Scriptwriter) said...

It's ok. Like I said, I'm not too proud. I also forgive your great, great, great, great grandfather for stealing my great, great, great, great grandmothers savings ;-)

Please, please, please note the smiley. I meant that in the best possible taste :-)

 
At 7:41 am, Blogger Grubber said...

He actually stole her watch ;-)

True story, first rellie was a convict...he stole a watch...and ended up on ship, I have seen a copy of the manifest....murder, rape, murder, rape, murderer, murder, stole watch.....he was in good company...seven months or so to crap his pants chained next to these guys ;-)

 
At 4:28 pm, Blogger Chris (UK Scriptwriter) said...

I bet he had a gripe of two with the criminal justice system :)

 

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