geophyrd 

member since 07/11/2003 | last login 05/21/2014

I've been writing since I was ten years old. Typically, I will write a screenplay and a novel at the same time, or at least take notes on one when I work on the other. I aim for genre works mostly and...

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I've been writing since I was ten years old. Typically, I will write a screenplay and a novel at the same time, or at least take notes on one when I work on the other. I aim for genre works mostly and I deliberately construct stories that are challenging. I look for alternative timelines (nonlinear) and mind blowing ideas. Of my two scripts currently on the site, the Sauce of the Goose is about the hunt for Sawney Beane, one of history's earliest and most prolific serial killers. The other Unscrewing the Inscrutable is about time travel and one possible scenario on three people. I hope you like them. Even if you didn't all are welcome to email me at geophyrd@hotmail.com Please be sure to put something in the title to differentiate your email from spam. Happy day, all!

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Reviews by geophyrd 12

  • A review of Dogman
    by geophyrd on 01/07/2005
    I'm not sure of my opinion of the Dogman. Its certainly competantly written, chronologically it isn't linear and I'm not sure I believed in the characters. The dialogue was good and the setting but it just doesn't hang well together for me.Good luck with your screenplay.
  • A review of THE SOUL HARVESTER
    by geophyrd on 01/07/2005
    This was a very well done screenplay. The story was intriguing, the characters well defined and arced. The format was professional and I'd hazard a guess that this is not the writer's first screenplay. There is, perhaps, too much detail in the descriptions but as another writer, I think this is just because the author has fleshed out the story so completely in their mind. A... read
  • A review of Firesteel (Revised)
    by geophyrd on 08/30/2004
    First, the good:I found myself really responding to this script. Good story, dryly humorous voice,Then the not-so-goods: the action sequences are really tightly laid out, but they add verbiage to the script when fight details would be spelled out by the director. It got a little silly in parts, but I'm not a huge comedy fan so it would probably be better for someone else... read
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