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Don
Posted: August 12th, 2020, 5:40pm Report to Moderator
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Winning At Any Cost:

Week 5 Writers' Choice
Score - 3.83 - The Cost of War by Marnie (Mmmarnie) writing as Some Hack - Bag of Coffee Grounds, Model, Coffee Shop - Short, Historical

Score - 3.42 - Meal of Fortune by Steve McDonell (Stevie) writing as Longshanks - Frozen Dinner, Chef, Banquet Hall - Short, Comedy

Score - 3.08 - Sell It Sally by Mark Renshaw (markrenshaw) writing as Saul Goodman - Skateboard, Estate Agent, Parking Garage - Short, Comedy

Score - 2.92 - Ripples by Anthony Cawood (Anthony Cawood) writing as JV - Skipping Stone, Secretary, Children's Playground - Short, Sci Fi

Score - 2.92 - Big Al's and Bub's by John Staats (JEStaats) writing as Destiny - Fashion Magazine, Gas Station and Union Delegate - Short, Horror

Score - 2.92 - Broken by Paul Knauer (PKCardinal) writing as Somebody Else - Beer Bottle, Wedding Planner, Mountain - Short, Horror

Score - 2.83 - Racing by Frank MacCrory (FrankM) writing as Oveur A. Cheever - Cream Soda, Go-Kart Track, Pilot - Short, Sci Fi

Score - 2.83 - A Blood Stain That Will Never Be Erased by Anthony J Russo (ajr) writing as Doctor Shrimp Puerto Rico - Colord Chalk, Housekeeper, Airplane - Short, Historical

Score - 2.58 - Defeating the Martians by Khamanna Iskandarova (khamanna) writing as An Earthian - Balaclava, Mathematician, Laboratory - Short, Action, Adventure

Score - 2.58 - The Quick Way Down by Owen Herity (Geezis) writing as John Wain - Spork, Sky Diving Instructor, Drive-in - Short, Horror

Score - 2.54 - Inverted Jenny by L. Chambers (LC) writing as Morrie Romcom - Book of Stamps, Librarian, Movie Theater - Short, Comedy

Score - 2.33 - Landing On Water by Rennie Arundell (Arundel) writing as This Better Be Good - Hawk Feather, Anthropologist, Truck Stop - Short, Sci Fi

Score - 2.00 - Thrillseekers by Darren Seeley (DarrenJamesSeeley) writing as Colin Cherry - Concierge's leather belt in a dance studio. - Short, Action


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Well done Marnie.


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Well done partner!!!


Anthony Cawood - Award winning screenwriter
Available Short screenplays - http://www.anthonycawood.co.uk/short-scripts
Available Feature screenplays - http://www.anthonycawood.co.uk/feature-film-scripts/
Screenwriting articles - http://www.anthonycawood.co.uk/articles
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Great work, Marnie!



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Superb work, Marnie!
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Excellent work, Marnie and the Old Goat Stevie!


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Some top-notch scripts for sure. Congrats to Marnie and Steve!


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Well done, Marnie!


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OMG! Wasn't expecting that! Thanks so much everyone. This 5th round almost killed me. LOL

This was my favorite round of scripts. I liked every single one of them.


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Called it! Congrats, Marnie. It was my favorite.

Way to go, Stevie. Although you could've hung a messenger.

And, Mark, loved Sell it Sally. Still not sure why....
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Yay! One for the girls! Well, for the girl, anyway! On ya, Marnie.

And yes, Stevie!! Well done, you shorts-wearing (even in Winter) 'old goat'. Loved the frozen meal invention, and the rest. My personal fav.


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I have not been able to keep up with the WT at all, but in this latest batch, Meal Of Fortune is definitely the best title and if I was going to pick one to read, that would be the one.  

Congrats to everyone for putting in the time and effort for these.  


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So, I'm trying to read The Cost Of War, but when I click on the link it takes me to a script called Thrillseekers...


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LC
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Pia, opening it from the actual thread just worked for me.

Something must have stuffed up on the results page but it downloads fine from the other.


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Don
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So, what are you writing?

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Quoted from Grandma Bear
So, I'm trying to read The Cost Of War, but when I click on the link it takes me to a script called Thrillseekers...


I fixed it.  Apologies.

Don


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