One month. FADE IN to FADE OUT. Creativity meets Productivity.
Zero Draft Thirty: Day 20.
Write an entire draft of a script in March — FADE IN. FADE OUT. Or any sort of creative goal you have in front of you.
Feature length movie screenplay. Original TV pilot. Rewrite a current project. Break a story in prep. Generate a month's worth of story concepts.
Whatever you feel will ratchet your creative ambitions into overdrive…
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Today's Writing Quote
"That's our job, to spark curiosity and emotion from an audience, for them to discover what's going on in their own heads."
— Seth Lochhead
Today's Inspirational Video
The Zero Draft approach exists for people who are caught up in the self-perception they are Procrastinators and/or Perfectionists. If you commit to one goal with a first draft — Get the damn thing done! — you can changer your mindset into one of Productivity.
Check back later for the winner of today's Anita Loos Award!
UPDATE: You've heard the adage, "Less is more"? Sometimes with writing, that is so true. Like this brief mantra:
This inspiration provided by Aisha Casey who, as a result, is today's Anita Loos Award recipient.
First day of spring tomorrow. Celebrate it by worrying less… and writing more!