A Lead Story must set the pace for the series. It must also capture your targeted viewers attention. Always make sure that you both capture and hold the interest of that chosen audience.
Life should never be rushed but enjoyed slowly and deliberately like a good vintage wine. Relish the wonder of it—savor the moment, it comes but once!
When love is in the air only Cupid knows where the arrow will fall. Brijet is in for an unexpected surprise!
Structuring a screenplay can be intimidating, but first determining what the five major plot points in the story will be can greatly simplify the process.
Stepping away from your problems, even embracing a completely new environment can be the best thing in the world when facing unpleasant issues. Brijet will soon make this discovery in Part 4.
Being alone and being lonely are not the same. One can be a choice while the other an unfortunate turn of events. Life has a way of presenting interesting alternatives.
What’s a true thriller without a bit of the unexplained? There are unique times when we want to use our imagination regarding an issue. Things don't always have to be explained!
Lesson 2 was about analysing the modern short story primarily in magazines for story length, paragraph length, amount of dialogue, number of characters, endings, etc.
Autumn can be the best time of the year. We start to reflect, reminisce, and recollect. The pace is steady; but not urgent. We begin to appreciate what we have left. So it is with mature love.
Midlife Crisis and Empty Nest Syndrome are difficult enough to face separately but together they can be overwhelming. Great friends however, can help buffer the effects.