Movies You Probably Didn’t Know Were Books

By: Cassie Robbins   Clueless Clueless is THE standard for ‘90s teen girl dramas. It graced us with phrases like “as if!”, “whatever!” and “I dig”, but it was actually based on Jane Austen’s Emma. The plot is the same: popular girl takes unpopular girl as a “project”, turns unpopular girl popular—in fact, more popular […]

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What Writing Should Be

In the last post, I talked a little about political correctness but I think that it deserves far more attention than I gave it. As writers and contributors to the media, we all need to be conscious of what we put out there. Some of this is just plain common sense—and if it isn’t, there […]

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Tips for Writing Comedy

By: Cassie Robbins   Using comedy in your writing We all love telling jokes. We want to make people laugh. We want them to think of us as witty and clever and fiction is no different– you want your reader to laugh. Here are a few tips, tricks, and ideas:   Adding another dimension to […]

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