Holiday shorty today, because who wants to spend part of their Christmas reading a lengthy post on a screenwriting blog?
Seeing as how this is the season of giving, here are some hopes I give to you:
That you and yours are all holding up in these very trying times.
That you appreciate all the supportive people in your life, and let them know that.
That even with our lives a bit discombobulated you still found the time to write (and/or film) something this year. Maybe even a few somethings.
That despite sheltering-in-place and social distancing that you were able to keep and maintain your connections within the writing community.
That you strove/strived to establish new connections. It’s easier than you think!
That you’re just as enthusiastic for other writers’ successes as they are for yours.
That even though you might feel frustrated or disheartened when things don’t work out for you, that you find the strength to keep going.
That you know every other writer has gone through the exact same things, and are more than willing to offer up words of encouragement.
That you keep pushing yourself to improve your writing, and enjoy yourself in the process.
That you continue to be the amazingly talented and productive creative person you already are.
And with the sentimental portion of the program out of the way, it’s time for pie.
Enjoy, and happy holidays.