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Peeve Of The Week (2 of 4)

Peeve Of The Week (2 of 4)

Week 2 Before I jump into Week 2's pet peeve, I need to make a point of clarification. These items aren't simply preferences; they are mistakes. Full stop. The reason they're pet peeves of mine is because I see them so often in scripts. Such is the case with this...

Peeve Of The Week (1 of 4)

Peeve Of The Week (1 of 4)

Week 1 I proofread a lot of scripts. Some mistakes I find drive me batty. And if they drive me batty, odds are they'll do the same to other readers (i.e. gatekeepers). None irk me more than this pet peeve, but I've already written about that one. So for the next four...

Quick Tip: Writing Dialogue Interruptions

Quick Tip: Writing Dialogue Interruptions

Streamline Screenwriting is all about streamlining things. Any redundancies have to go. Such is the case with interruptions. And I'm seeing this mistake a lot: DON'T DO THIS              TED      Gloria, I can't be in all places at onc--                GLORIA        ...

Should You Specify A Character’s Race?

Should You Specify A Character’s Race?

Foot, meet hornet nest So there are a few screenwriting groups on Facebook that I belong to. In one of them, a concerned writer had posted an excerpt of a script reader's review that said, "Why does the character need to be Asian?" The writer was incensed about this...