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Write On!
December, 2012

Write On!

LA Bound
Write OnDon't wait! Don't stop writing. Keep the momentum with your writing projects and move yourself forward with every day. Progress is being made.
By Ken Robinson

Write On!

Part II: Secret Origins Of A Screenwriter
Write OnEncouragement and validation from an outside source was the catalyst that got this writer rolling. Work your connections and keep the pen moving.
By Ken Robinson

Write On!

Part I: Secret Origins Of A Screenwriter
Write OnWith his novel growing long and never-ending, Ken Robinson looked around for another writing outlet. Creative assistance from his kids and guidance from screenplay books enabled his move to screenwriting.
By Ken Robinson

Write On!

Time Management
Write OnIt's not really time that you can manage. It's what you do during the passage of time that you can control. See your situation for what it is, and use it for its best-suited purpose. Some of that time will be for writing.
By Ken Robinson

Write On!

The Well Of Creativity
Write OnRefill your well with planned downtime. If the inspiration hits you, go with it. On the average day, however, remember to take a breather.
By Ken Robinson

Write On!

Flogged By A Rooster
Write On"Okay, Iíll admit it was a bantam rooster, maybe a third of the size of a regular rooster. Which is why I stuck my hand out there, not thinking I'd be bleeding after the ordeal."
By Ken Robinson

Write On!

Write Form
Write OnSitting at the casino waiting for his badge and first stint as a dealer, Ken Robinson considers the differences of various writing forms: novel, screenplay or script, and stage play.
By Ken Robinson

Write On!

Why Be A Writer?
Write OnYou do it for the money and fame, right? It can be, but Ken Robinson points out some other good reasons to hang in there with your writing while also keeping afloat.
By Ken Robinson

Write On!

Hoping For Rock Bottom
Write OnThese are the trials and tribulations of being a writer you can't avoid; but this experience will leave you smiling and realizing that you're not alone.
By Ken Robinson

Write On!

Strong Characters
Write OnYour daily life provides you with countless characters. Take advantage of the colourful personalities and relationships right in front of you.
By Ken Robinson

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