The Scribophile Writing Blog
by Justin C. Key • 4 comments
How we interact with each other is changing. Should your writing, too?
As with any art, there is a certain level of respect for 'the old-school' methods. For music, people look down on auto-tune and even electrical instruments. A hand-drawn cartoon is infinitely more imp...
by Ervin Anderson • 4 comments
A screenplay should be just as exciting for a reader as a novel. You don't have a lot of words to work with in a script. Make them all count.
Movies and books are very different beasts, yet they share a symbiotic relationship. Whenever a great book is written, the first question asked is always, “When are they going to make it into a movie?...
by Holly Jennings • 1 comment
Summer is a great time to try your hand at travel writing.
I knew a girl who took a semester off of college to work for some guidebook company. She traveled Europe for six months and wrote a guidebook about castles or something. I became wildly jealous of h...
by Justin C. Key • 2 comments
A look in to my day to day.
My schedule is erratic, I can admit to that. Some mornings look totally different from others and this is largely because the nights can vary just as much, if not more. I work five days out of the wee...
by Ervin Anderson • 2 comments
Working to finish a dull project can be difficult, but you can do it. I know you can.
Writing can be fun and exhilarating, and writing can be dull and tedious. It’s a pleasure; it’s a chore. We all have projects we’re working on that excite us, that we can’t wait to get started on, tha...
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