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    Quote Originally Posted by conlanforever View Post
    I second that...nothing beats a a Whitmer script review!
    Well there is the Lawrie video review.
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    LOL...true, but that's a whole other animal.
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    I'm looking forward to reading these scripts! Always good to see people putting their stuff out there.
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    Get your reviews and votes in! The deadline is approaching.

    And whatever you do please don't try and game the system, we can see the votes and it becomes obvious. And besides there's nothing to win anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris_Keaton View Post
    Well there is the Lawrie video review.
    Now THAT'S a review.


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    I think I still have 2 to go, 3 counting the exhibition one. Plus some follow-ups. Eeks. When's the deadline?


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    Reading and Rating Ends Midnight EST on June 27
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    Ok, you got like 4 1/2 hours to get your votes in.
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    Some great reads! Really enjoyed the stories and I am NOT a sci-fi head. I still need to add one review for the exhibition entry, wrap up a few others.

    By the way, I do have a free eBook titled 'How to Speak Script' on my site. I keep going back and forth on whether to publish it or not. Currently it's a no. I'd rather keep it a free resourse on my page. I'm rebuilding the site so lots of it is missing, but I do have two finished chapters up - 'Writing Visually', and 'Elements' (there are 24 chapters in total). I'll put up 'The Beautiful Page' and 'Brevity and Clarity: the kissing cousins of screenwriting', in a few days. 'Dialogue' will come along a short bit later.

    This book actually grew out of giving reviews here. Some years back, like 4 maybe. Been working on it ever since.

    Link is here ...

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    If you write or want to write screenplays.........GO DIRECTLY TO ALEX'S SITE AND READ IT ALL!

    Seriously, I've read most of it in the past and I refer back to it and I am currently reading anything I haven't read already.
    I've read a lot of screenwriting books, but Alex offers advice and insight on a lot of things that I've never read in other books.

    Do yourself a favor...read it and take notes.

    A big thank you to you, Alex, for making it readily available.
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