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  1. Hello fellow writers! I was wondering if I could get some screenplay advice. Just practical blips of information on anything that someone who knows what they're doing thinks is important. I have questions such as: Am I supposed to put in the shots and angles or do I leave that up to the director? Do ALL actions have to be described in an action description paragraph or can some of them be in parenthesis with the dialogue of the character? I've read parts of a few screenplays and they seem to differ some in that aspect. I am making a story I wrote into a spy/family screenplay and have had a lot of fun with it, however it's my first time and I really don't know what I'm doing. I don't expect it to become a movie (though I think Tom Hiddleston would make a good main character for it). I'm using the Celtx online program for layout. At least it looks decent! Haha Thanks for your help!
  2. I'm so happy to finally get the first chapter of HTBD up, and, so far, critiques are going well enough. However, I have one problem: Since this is a forum, and the story proper is about 143 pages long right now, it will take a long time to get the entire file uploaded, especially with the 3K word limit (that I forgot about with my first post, whoops). I have the story on Google Drive, and I would still like someone experienced in battle scenes to help me fill in the three last scenes I'm missing, so would anyone like to have the Google Doc shared with them? Or would that be an unsafe idea, even with me controlling the privacy settings? Please let me know, and thank you!
  3. My name is Brianna and I am looking for someone to critique my Christian fantasy, short stories, children’s, memoir or romance. Take your pick. Memoir and romance are not my specialties, but I need critiques and advice from someone whom it is. I will critique your story in return if we find we’re a good match for each other. I do not do gay or erotic romance, nor horror or dystopian. I don’t like dark stories. Though I am not opposed to adventure and controversy. You will find my stories more lighthearted and innocent. I know: I’m unfashionable and not up with the times. Thank you for considering me! Example of one of my stories: A girl takes a train ride back in time to the Old West. There she meets cowboys and Indians and jack-a-lopes. And eventually Jesus. A take-off of The Nutcracker. Ex of short story: A young woman meets a man who tells her that for a day she will see with spiritual eyes. She literally sees the condition of people’s hearts and minds and fragrance.
  4. I'm wondering if there is anyone on here that has any information on what an injured person (particularly a trained warrior) can do after the injury and for how long before they give way to exhaustion. Any help would be great! Also in full disclosure, if anyone PMs me, I share and Email with my husband, and he will be able to read all communications we have. It is our form of accountability, but one I feel is important to be upfront about. Thank you in advance!
  5. Need beta reader to comment/critique Christian Inspirational Memoir by retired medical missionary. Willing to reciprocate service.
  6. I am currently working on a romantic historical fantasy. This project is work in progress that I hope to use it to grow my writing skills. I am looking for someone who is interesting in critiquing one or two sections every week. Each section is roughly 3,000 words each. Warning: I write about some tough topics. This story may include stories about human trafficking. Also, the main character is a former assassin. If this is something you are uncomfortable with, this is not the story for you. If you are interested in critiquing, please feel free to send me a private message. A fair warning to all, my husband and I share an e-mail. This means he can read anything we talk about. Thank you. If you would like to see a chapter to decide if this is something you would be interested in, you can find it here.
  7. NAME: Brianna GENRE: Christian fantasy AGE: MG/YA PROJECTS: I have several projects. A few novellas and a novel-in-progress. Two of the novellas are about people who get trapped in different worlds and/or time periods and have to figure out why they’re there and how to get back. There’s Old West Dream where a girl takes a train ride back in time, A Friendly Kidnapping where two girls are kidnapped for their own good and one is a kind of moral parable on bitterness (which also occurs in another world) called The Bitterroot. My novel-in-progress, while I made up the places, is not fantasy but more historically themed and a more adult story. It’s about a young woman who is very curious and kind, but with a fiery temper who meets the local hermit and subject of gossip. They become friends and together figure out a dark scheme that he is somehow connected to. WHAT I’M LOOKING FOR IN CP: I would like someone who can point out plot holes or blurry areas, tell me what they think of my characters, as well as the basic stuff. I like constructive criticism, not too soft on me, but also encouraging. It would be ideal if it were someone with a basic Christian point of view as well. Although I have written just fantasy too. PS- I read only manuscripts that have little to no foul language or sex references. Also no horror or dark themes. ABOUT ME: Even though I am 29 I am still a child at heart and find it difficult to write on adult themes. My favorite books are Christy by: Catherine Marshall and Beauty by: Robin McKinley. Also Jane Eyre...Pride and Prejudice...Shadow of the Mountain...I like a lot. (Fun facts) My hobbies are crochet and watercolor and diy projects and hanging with my service dog.
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