Writers Tidbits

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Read the screenplay alongside Netflix

For film nerds and screenwriters: you can stream your favorite films through Netflix with the screenplay, side by side, in sync. It works as a browser extension for Chrome or Firefox. You’ll see when dialogue is improvised, what scenes are omitted, or when certain actions get emphasized. Try ScreenplaySubs.

February is Black History Month. It’s a good time to read a book and post about it. It’s a good way to spread the word about the author.

This week I had my first conversation with my writing coach Parthenia Hicks. Our conversation was very productive. I got clarity on working on my outline. This week I’ll read through my writings and construct an outline that is more detailed and beneficial to my readers. As Ms. Hicks said, “You want to put your riches stories in your book.”

You can go to KN Literary Arts https://knliterary.com for free resources on book writing and follow kn literary on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUoWg-682W0 to get the 5 Parts of a Book Proposal pdf.

The Seat of the Soul by Gary Zukav

Page 99:

Each human soul has both guides and Teachers. A guide is not a Teacher. Guides are what might be thought of as experts in certain fields that are called in for consultation. If you are wearing a book, for example, or creating a project, or organizing an event, a guide that has the quality of warmth, or creativity, or insight that you wish to incorporate into your work is available to you.

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Happy writing!

Published by cminorwriter

I am a writer. I started writing in my teens. I recently became serious with my craft after participating in a free 7-Day Book Writing Challenge provided by Hay House. I now have a paid membership to Hay House Writing Community. I'm on my way to being a published author. I also enjoy mobile photography and golfing.

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