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JamesTheJudged
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Quoted from Sandra Elstree.


I understand what Michael's saying, but I think things run in cycles. Even if it's overdone at present, it might work later on. Or, on the other hand, your spin might be perfect.

BTW, I love the title.

Sandra


Wow, I didn't think about cycles but it's true for a lot of things. Also I'm happy the title is good!  


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I don't think everyone will have time to read 17 features...


One can only hope...

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I'll read them all, or at least the first acts. Depends on whether or not the writer is a contributing member... and if they've at least read a few other entries.

ALSO, I'm psyched now because I think I finally have something good. A good idea, at least. No pages. I need to stop procrastinating. Starting now.....
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I can't promise any reads this weekend... ST PADDY"S weekend peeps

Mark


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RJ
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Yay - 19 pgs done!

Nawazm11 and Ghostie: Yep, Naughty Claus (changed the title) is going to be a comedy. My first comedy - hopefully it's funny, if not - sorry.

Ghostie: run with the pawn shop if you can use it. It's a very minor part in my story. I also thought I might be able to do another story where someone finds a phone in a storage unit they bought at the auctions. Not gonna have time to do though, so your welcome to it if you want.

Sounds like some good stories are coming out. Is there a time frame for reading them? Cause I'm a very slow reader. It's gonna take me ages to get through all of them.

Plus - do the first 9-12 pages have to stay the exact same? Cause I have a habit of going over and over things and rewriting them. They might change a thousand times before the seven weeks are up - storline will stay the same though.

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A Written Descent

Updated Logline: A writer is stuck on what to put on the page until he finds inspiration after purchasing a cell phone containing pictures of grisly murders and an unknown killer that leads to his family life and his sanity spiraling out of control.


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Quoted from crookedowl
I'll read them all, or at least the first acts. Depends on whether or not the writer is a contributing member... and if they've at least read a few other entries.


I'll definitely be looking for this.


Phil

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Well, I've written nine pages.  I didn't go with either of my original ideas.  And it's definitely a vomit draft.  And if people were in the same room with me when they read it, they would be throwing sharp objects in my direction.  BUT, at least I wrote something!


My web site and scripts can be found here:

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Well, I've written nine pages.  I didn't go with either of my original ideas.  And it's definitely a vomit draft.  And if people were in the same room with me when they read it, they would be throwing sharp objects in my direction.  BUT, at least I wrote something!


Sounds like mine.

This should be fun...
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Sandra Elstree.
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Quoted from RJ


Sounds like some good stories are coming out. Is there a time frame for reading them? Cause I'm a very slow reader. It's gonna take me ages to get through all of them.
Renee


I'm weird with the reading. I can sometimes read fast, but sometimes I'm very slow. I don't know what it is with me. It might be my editor's eye.

I would like to read all 17 (if there are 17) if possible because I just don't feel right in my conscience if I don't. That's not to say I wouldn't skim some if necessary, but I only feel it's right to provide something useful as feedback that is real to me and might help the author. I hate the idea of giving something a five and dime treatment. I'm just not built that way. Makes me a lousy business person, I know.

I  do feel that this is a wide open theme with loads of room for imagination. The fun will be in studying the scripts that are conjured.

I'm looking forward to the challenge whether I suck the big banana or not. The people here will provide more than enough energy, I'm sure.

Sandra



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Dreamscale
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My title...

My Mermaid, My Meat

Some random dude meets a really smoking hot Mermaid while hanging out in some ocean and falls in love with her assets, only to discover he's not the only one when she sells him her shell phone for a sample of his meat.

NC17 drama mystery horror slasher comedy action adventure - script contains numerous examples of unfilmables, unnecessary nudity and violence, and one Hell of smoking hot Mermaid, who likes to play.


To ski or not to ski...that's not even a question.
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Sandra Elstree.
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Quoted from Dreamscale
My title...

My Mermaid, My Meat

Some random dude meets a really smoking hot Mermaid while hanging out in some ocean and falls in love with her assets, only to discover he's not the only one when she sells him her shell phone for a sample of his meat.

NC17 drama mystery horror slasher comedy action adventure - script contains numerous examples of unfilmables, unnecessary nudity and violence, and one Hell of smoking hot Mermaid, who likes to play.


I see you received my ether waves.  

It was a consideration to include the mythic sirens in my script, but they didn't have enough sex appeal-- half bird and all.

Mermaids are much more seductive. Mermaid sirens then. I'm waiting...

Sandra



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Dreamscale
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I love Mermaids!  They rock.  The Mermaid in My Mermaid, My Meat is very hot but also very goofy and...well...kinda like Darryl Hannah's portrayal of that Mermaid in that old Tom Hanks Mermaid movie.

But My Mermaid, My Meat's Mermaid is hotter, shorter (Darryl Hannah is kind of a sasquatch when her hair is all big), and more sexually attractive (to all sexes including asexuals) and promiscuous, in a silly, natural, more down to the sea way, and funny also.

I hope at least.  She just wants to be loved.


To ski or not to ski...that's not even a question.
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Quoted from JC Cleveland
My Meat is very hot but also very goofy


You should get that checked out

Mark


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Eoin
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(Darryl Hannah is kind of a sasquatch when her hair is all big),


Don't tell me tall women intimidate you Jeff?

Even a tall tree can be climbed when it's knocked . . .
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