“The Bourne Ultimatum” is a perfect film for analyzing and applying to writing, because it has many traits that are unique to this film series, one of the reasons it is widely known and well regarded as an action film.
Preparing to Kill Your Darlings: 4 Questions to Ask Yourself
Well, it’s time to kill a character, you say. Wait! Stop! First, identify your reasons. If you’re killing simply because you’re frantic for some impact or looking for a way to get your readers to respond to your story emotionally (just ’cause you do, usually doesn’t mean they will), or if you’ve hit writer’s block…
Michael’s Movie Mentions: Storytelling Similarities in Movies and Writing
Did you know that, in many ways, the art of making movies (visual storytelling) is often similar to the art of writing?
Finding Neverland – A Guest Post by Brianna Merrit
Today I have a fabulous treat for you: I’ve asked the lovely writer Brianna Merrit to guest post on my blog! She has some wonderful inspiration and epic encouragement to share with you all and I am honored to have her do just that on my blog. Go ahead and enjoy! (Warning: Use fairy dust in…