Vox: Breaking Bad became one of the best TV shows ever by borrowing a trick from Shakespeare I can't say I had the best experience in working on "Better Call Saul," but it was an incredible learning experience. I can say that there were some parts of the job that I really enjoyed, in fact … Continue reading Shakespeare’s Five Act Structure
It would have been so simple to get some proper help if she just used a comma.
Happy Holidays to everyone! You know, even Santa edits his writing, but he likes to get it all down first. A lot of writers find it better to put all their thoughts down before starting the editing process. I happen to be one of them. Imagine if Santa put you on the Naughty List by … Continue reading Friday Fun – Holiday Writing Humor
Today we'll be continuing our analysis of writing habits with another divisive topic: music. The number one feature we have here at theOffice is a surprisingly difficult one to achieve - silence. It's all whispers and quiet voices here during the few times that people are actually speaking. Phones are set to vibrate and calls … Continue reading Writing Habits – Music
Being an establishment built mainly for writers, we thought it would be a good idea to tackle different habits and rituals people have when it comes to writing. Having a quiet space like theOffice to focus on your writing is invaluable, but when would you choose to come in? We have writers that join us … Continue reading Writing Habits – Day vs. Night
“I’m a full-time believer in writing habits. . . You may be able to do without them if you have genius but most of us only have talent and this is simply something that has to be assisted all the time by physical and mental habits or it dries up and blows away. . . … Continue reading Flannery O’Connor on Writing Habits