Hey, bloggers: what do you think is your best post ever? I'm going to add some outside links to my blog fu.
Not the best, but the funniest:
Log of Writerly Activities
I disclaim this by saying that I may, in fact, be full of hot air.
The first post I wrote is probably my best so far.
Don't know about the best but certainly the most found on web searches (which is heartening in a way) when people look up 'how to write beat sheets'. Definitely worthy of further discussion.
I have three that are my favorites and they have to do with acting, directing and writing, in that order:
HEY, WHAT'S THAT GUY DOIN' IN A DRESS? http://playwrightjoshuajames.com/dailydojo/?p=61
LET ME EXPLAIN MY CONCEPT FOR YOUR PLAY - http://playwrightjoshuajames.com/dailydojo/?p=73
THE LAST GASP - http://playwrightjoshuajames.com/dailydojo/?p=158
Screenwriting, One Unnatural Act
This contains several links to some of my best. Not that means much.
I'll get back to you in about a week and a half! I'll be celebrating my 1 year blogiversary, and will be reviewing some things then!
Seriously, I looked at your blog fu and realized the link I gave you didn't fit in your categories. (Humor.)
Here is my best post:
The Art of Pitching
I notice in my website stats that this one gets hit often from Google.
My next party is going to be a "pitch party." I'm going to invite my writer friends over and tell them they have to bring a bottle of wine and a pitch. We'll drink, pitch and give feedback.
I just sat on my 8th, 9th and 10th pitch panels at the Academy of Art and continue to be amazed about both how bad and how good a pitch can be...
I think my most useful'd have to be a post on the joys of the corkboard.
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