Lack of proper updates is a good thing - I've been doing actual writing. Just finished the first draft of a new script which was pretty hard work. Have basically been coming in from work, writing until 1 or 2 in the morning, then doing it again the next day for two weeks solid (with a couple of nights off to go to the pub!). Last Saturday I wrote twenty pages during the day then decided to get some beers in, pull an all-nighter and finish the thing...I almost made it. Gave up at about 2 in the morning when I started missing the keys. Then said on Twitter that I'd written 98 pages when I'd only written 92, which shows I was also too drunk to read the page count at that point.
Anyway, tidied it up the next day and wrote the last few scenes - spookily it came to exactly 98 pages when it was done so maybe I was tweeting from the future!
Now getting feedback and hoping to do a second draft soon. Been cool to work on something new, but this balancing writing with the day job thing seems to get harder every time!
Horror in the Clouds by Scott Shoyer - I have been following Scott Shoyer's amazing horror review site, Anything Horror for many years. He is a most talented author and also extremely knowled...
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