I saw Book of Mormon last night. It is as amazing as every review says. I like musicals but I’m not knowledgeable about them, I know enough to see how wonderfully the show is a satire/piss take of musicals just as much as the church. I was surprised to hear some of the chatter around … Continue reading Day 50 – Inspiration and terror
I love the ‘reset’ quality of Midsomer et al. The characters often learn something professional or personal each week that is never seen or heard of again. Last night I saw the ‘new’ Barnaby meditating. Happily that won’t come up again.
Is the protagonist in law enforcement/legal fraternity, or an amateur? Are they established in the community or new to this place? Are they good at solving crimes or bad at it and manage to solve it in spite or themselves, or have a great sidekick?
This is when I wonder if I can start with a ‘spreadsheet’ structure of a story, then fill it in? Kind of like colouring by numbers, or building from sc
Even if I did, there would be no way to know what the consequences of all of the things I could/should/would have done would be and what state my life would be in now.
Sometimes she would do things she wanted to do but often her friends, colleagues and bosses didn’t notice, or they didn’t like it and left her alone.
“Don’t try so hard” as Freddie Mercury sang. I put my questions out and waiting to see what came back.
Joy complains a lot, Lisa wants to find the label for this distance between her name and her predominant character trait.
What if no one is being an arsehole and isn’t to ‘blame’ for the trouble in/end of the relationship?