Thursday, September 01, 2005


I spent the day on a rewrite of "101". I think I've added more drama to the beginning, and I'm pleased with the new introduction of the first class of pilots, but I might be spending too much time with them and losing main characters in the background.

I'd like to include the story of the beautiful spy in the hotel because it adds danger and a rare female role, but it might just be too tangential to the main story. In fact, just blogging this has convinced me to cut that sequence short. So long, writer's block. Even if this blog has an audience of two, this just made it worth it. (C'mon. Comment. I dare you. Both of you.)

Next time, at least the next writing-oriented entry, I hope to discuss TriggerStreet's reaction to "Sheep's End".


Blogger Scott the Reader said...

I don't know. If you are going to have a gratuitous subplot, it might as well feature a hot female spy -- as long as they don't cast Paris Hilton or Jessica Simpson.

September 1, 2005 5:49 PM  
Blogger Webs said...


Not gratuitous, but I'm trying to cut this thing down to size. Then again, this does add a sense of danger, so I can rationalize it either way - and it is just a page.

September 2, 2005 12:21 AM  

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