Have been an avid movie fan all my life. With Russ LaValle, a friend and writing partner, I've come very close to selling two scripts. But, as we all know, close is "no cigar." Like all of you, when it comes to...
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Have been an avid movie fan all my life. With Russ LaValle, a friend and writing partner, I've come very close to selling two scripts. But, as we all know, close is "no cigar." Like all of you, when it comes to writing,"giving up" is not an option. Good luck to all of us.
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A review of 3 Daysby stevles on 07/01/2014I'd like to get the typos out of the way, first. Passenger doo for "door", (pg. 24) I'm know for "I", (pg.32) Loose sleep for "lose", (pg. 45) He is wears, for he wears, (pg.49) Character names BRAVO 3, 4, etc., include the month SEPTEMBER. Make it "pass" for pay, (pg. 87) There are several others sprinkled throughout the last 27 pages, but... well, you get the idea. Finally,... read
A review of The Devil's Lullaby (Third draft)by stevles on 06/10/2014The Devil's Lullaby has elements, make that tributes to two well-known horror films. The Exorcist is the first that comes to mind and the Candyman is the second. I'm sure if I thought about it long and hard, a few other faves would pop into my head. Firstly, the very last scene with Jade and the child (from the Ellen Burstyn film "Resurrection") is first-rate. The ambiguity... read
A review of Sher Singh Rev.by stevles on 05/27/2014Firstly, dialogue and character are outstanding. Every one of importance to the story rings true with his/her own clear and distinguishable voice. Their strengths/weaknesses, good/bad traits, and unfulfilled desires are nicely captured and easily understood by the reader. Other aspects of the story; however, do not fare as well. While immersed in the reading, I was taken... read