Why Zhura isn't perfect

(Follow up post here…) As you may recall, my writing partner and I are using the online script writing collaboration tool “Zhura.com“. We usually use Final Draft, but wanted something that was web based, would allow us both remote access to the script, and preferably simultaneous access for true collaboration. We looked at a number […]

Orientated.

For years I hated hearing people use this word in place of “oriented”. Almost as much as I hated hearing “supposebly“. Finally I was directed to the dictionary, wherein it was proven to me that it is a word… a form of “oriented”. Interestingly, dictionary.com includes the following: orientated adjective adjusted or located in relation […]

New horror project: Day five writing

Two new things experimented with: ONE: Starting not with prewritten dialogue, but a tighter set of plot points for the day’s scenes, grown off the existing outline. It still gave us a head start without sucking the creative satisfaction out of it. We had fun again, actually collaborating, writing from (closer to) scratch. TWO: Writing […]

New horror project: Day four writing

Another day down already. Sean had worked on some dialogue for the upcoming scene and forwarded it to me last night. I’d gone through it and fleshed it out, so when he got here we just had to review it, paste it in, and format. Then a quick polish, and on to the next scenes. […]