It is amazing that when you set a schedule and stick to it you get a script. Duh. I decided I was going to write every day for 10 minutes on this one particular project (I have 3 balls in the air right now). And yeah, 10 minutes is bullshit right? But I was like whatever dude, just writing for 10 minutes on the pilot every day. Not one day did I write for 10 minutes. I'd say the most of any day though was like 3 hours. The least was a half hour (and I felt shitty but I felt good that I at least showed up for it).
Well that was, what was that? March 1? I have a first draft done today! Today!
JOY! GLEE! ELATION! JUBILATION! CHEESE!
People, it just doesn't take much. Dedicate yourself, commit, show up no matter what. I had this friend say, and I probably already put her in this blog, "A writer writes, Cynthia!"
So pick your project and write for 10 minutes per day. Minimum.
Then you can make up a song too.
Writer, Writing Coach, Writer Supporter.