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    • 1.

      The Key to Midnight (Book Review)

      by Joy Cagil - 2006-12-22
      Any writer who is willing to revise an earlier book, especially a successful one, deserves a lot of respect, and I read this book because I saw the writer's own explanation that he revised The Key to ...
    • 2.

      Film Review of Drums Along the Mohawk

      by Najmeh Mohammadkhani - 2007-01-05
      •Year: 1939 •Genre: War, Western, Adventure •Director: John Ford •Screenwriter: Walter D. Edmonds •Music: Alfred Newman •Main Actors: Claudette Colbert (Lana), Henry Fonda (Gil), Edna May Oliver (Mrs....
    • 3.

      Theme In Fiction: So Different From Non-fiction

      by Joy Cagil - 2007-03-02
      Theme is why fiction matters, because it is the quality that gives the story a universal appeal. Some say theme is what the story is about, but that is too ephemeral a definition, which may get confus...
    • 4.

      Movies - Generating New Film Concepts from Existing Movies - 2

      by Ugur Akinci - 2007-03-07
      The Departed (2006)Giant (1956)Traffic (2000)Manhattan (1979)Departed-meets-Giant: A police informer moves out to Texas under federal witness protection program and sets up a ranch in the middle of n...
    • 5.

      How To Get The Construction Loan You Need

      by Joseph Kenny - 2007-03-19
      Being able to move into your new house is a great day. Knowing that you got the right construction loan to do it will help you sleep at night after you move in. With so many choices available today, i...
    • 6.

      Romancing the Story

      by Lexi Jewlgia - 2007-03-19
      When writing romance stories, sometimes things can become mundane or too familiar. We pull inspiration from what we experience in life and the people we know, but what happens when our characters and ...
    • 7.

      Three More Points to Ponder

      by C. M. Clifton - 2007-03-24
      Whenever I begin a short story, I remind myself to do two things: to try to get in touch with readers' senses as much as possible by writing something to see, hear, touch, smell, taste, and feel (emot...
    • 8.

      Crafting the Romantic Comedy

      by Lynette Rees - 2007-03-26
      Faking an orgasm in public and arriving at a 'fancy dress' party as a bunny girl, are just two memorable scenes from romantic comedies that surprise and entertain. Can you remember which movies those ...
    • 9.

      Creating A Compelling Plot Using The Hero's Journey - Part 2

      by Caridad Pineiro - 2007-03-29
      As I previously mentioned, our Hero may be reluctant about leaving the Ordinary World and answering the Call of Adventure. A mentor may be provide moral support to the Hero and give her the necessary ...
    • 10.

      Fiction - Easing Exposition into a Story

      by Joy Cagil - 2007-04-08
      Exposition is the descriptive material that sets a tone to a piece of writing and introduces the background, the characters, and other facts. Exposition is better used in non-fiction, but the need for...