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Sophie

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  1. First draft complete!   An unforgiving 77, 281 words.

    1. Alley

      Alley

      Woohoo! Congratulations!!! 😊 

       

      Happy dance!!! 

       

       

    2. HK1

      HK1

      Congratulations!

    3. Sarah Daffy

      Sarah Daffy

      Congrats!

  2. Sophie

    Salutations

    Hi, Ronin! Welcome!
  3. Well, if I ever get around to these. . . "Carroll Ausbry had one goal in life: to get his child a mother." "I took the phone and scrolled through the recently used emojis to see what type of person I was dealing with." "She didn't love a single person, but a single person loved her."
  4. @Manna, I don't if I'd count as "someone who knows what they're doing" (still learning myself!), but I'll share with you what I do know. First, a couple things. . . -don't repeat. -don't include unnecessary chit chat. -don't write it unless it has a reason (this can be checked in editing). -write and rewrite. -look into pacing and the three act story structure. No. Usually, no. You tell the story, the director interprets it. Style- it varies just as in novels. Read as many other scripts as you can, and you'll find your own way of writing. I use Disney for reference, but that's just preference. Formatting gets me. I rarely format at all until completely done with the first draft then go back through so creative flow isn't altered. If you have a software, that's great. Trial and error is how you learn. You'll eventually get the hang of it, so don't give up! Hopefully some of this helped. @DrRita or @novelsandcoffee27 can probably help you further.
  5. Definitely praying! 🙏❤️
  6. 👍 I'll keep looking. I think there is a range/"suggested", but it's your website, so mainly just preference.
  7. 150-200 words for both?
  8. Really?! Well, I must have read something wrong somewhere!
  9. Huh? Wait- do you mean the author bio or book blurb?
  10. Well, I'd say on your website you should be good with 150- 200 words (max?), but I don't think you could fit that many onto the back of the book.
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