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"I reread Betty White in individual and that i was once involved, naturally―because it used to be approximately ME. yet i used to be additionally intrigued by way of my point of view of television twenty-five years in the past, little dreaming that this previous extensive could nonetheless be placing round and nonetheless be within the related company, and conversing approximately an digital version of this book!” this can be the 1st e-book Betty White wrote by means of herself, and used to be written through the moment season of "The Golden Girls." She stocks in regards to the humans she were closest to, approximately what during this international makes her snigger, what makes her cry, what she hates and what she loves. during this e-book you can find that the girl in the back of the endearing superstar has consistently been one and a similar, that her singular radiance of power and exuberance springs from an enormous and beneficiant middle, and that the woman is usually relatively modestly wicked-smart, an element which has performed no small function in her skill to make us chuckle so tough and for thus lengthy. BETTY WHITE IN individual has consistently been an excellent e-book yet now it's a treasure, a testomony to Betty’s perception and instinct approximately how the previous can form a person’s future—her destiny, as a author, actress, animal lover and as a logo of all that's correct with the USA.

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And that is because most of us feel we should develop the broad strokes of the plot first, and fill in the emotional layer later on. Big mistake. It is precisely this big mistake that ruins script, after script, after script. The emotional through line, that is to say the Emotional Structure, is the first story to be developed deeply. Only then can the plot be developed to serve it. Never vice versa. Now, this is about the time, if you were in my writing class and I were standing in front you and your fellow students that I would be getting…The Deadly Stare.

Through these choices, a good story can get even better. When The “when” of your screenplay is something you must decide based on the story material just as much if not more than the plot material. Telling your story in the context of a particular time in history can emphasize your point dramatically. This is because the psychological or emotional subtexts about which you are writing can be much clearer and more powerful in one set of circumstances than another. You want to match the internal story you’re telling with the external world in which you set it.

It seems that we have so much to write about that we can’t wait to get started, but we have so much trouble starting. We know we have a hundred good ideas, better ideas than the ones we see made into films day in and day out, but when it comes to putting those ideas down on paper, more often than not, we are stumped. We can’t get started. It’s frustrating and humiliating. And the more frustrated and humiliated we become, the harder it is to start. So how do we break that cycle? How do we start?

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