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05.04.2018 23:42    Comments: 0    Categories: Writing Prompts      Tags: writing prompt  writing  writing exercise  
A comatose person might lay unresponsive for days, weeks, even years, before regaining consciousness. And after their sudden awakening, there’s usually a strong reaction among caretakers and the family of this individual. In your scene, find ways to reveal the future challenges for your protagonist. After all, the newly awakened person has many things to sort out. Time has wrought changes in once-familiar people, places, and things.
 
05.04.2018 21:12    Comments: 0    Categories: Writing Prompts      Tags: writing prompt  writing  writing exercise  
Many of us have read our share of detective novels. You'll often find a few among the bestsellers for any given year.
 
23.07.2012 20:02    Comments: 0    Categories: Screenwriting  Screenwriting Exercise      Tags: stephen v. duncan  screenwriting exercise  write cinematic scenes  
A film, by its very nature, is a visual art form. However, I’ve found that new screenwriters tend to forget that they’ve ever seen a film in their lives.
 
03.10.2011 00:09    Comments: 0    Categories: Screenwriting  Screenwriting Exercise      Tags: stephen v. duncan  screenwriting exercise  write cinematic scenes  
(Excerpt from "Now Write! Screenwriting: Screenwriting Exercises from Today's Best Writers and Teachers", edited by Sherry Ellis & Laurie Lamson)
 
22.05.2011 15:43    Comments: 0    Categories: Screenwriting  Screenwriting Exercise  Stephen V. Duncan      Tags: screenwriting exercise  write cinematic scenes  
(Excerpt from "Now Write! Screenwriting: Screenwriting Exercises from Today's Best Writers and Teachers", edited by Sherry Ellis & Laurie Lamson)
 


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