I have failed.
Yes, I participated in March’s Zero Draft Thirty campaign, a challenge designed to motivate writers to hammer out a draft of a screenplay in just 30 days. Despite jumping into the challenge with an already-started script, I failed to complete the challenge by last Friday.
Again, I have failed.
Continue reading “A Zero Draft Thirty Update #ZD30Script — Yep, I Failed”
OK, so we are 16 days into Zero Draft Thirty, the writing challenge in which we are supposed to write a “zero draft” of a screenplay in 30 days.
As the challenge mandates we write at a pace of four pages per day, at this point we should be at Page 64.
On Untitled NYC Comedy, I am at Page 58.
I know, I know. I started off cheating and now I’m a few pages behind. However, I am not worried. I will soon be taking time off from the day job, and during that period I vow to catch up in the most spectacular of ways.
Continue reading “A Zero Draft Thirty Update #ZD30Script — Day 16”
So while today was actually my second day participating in Zero Draft Thirty, it was technically the seventh day of the challenge.
Whatever, if you don’t like that I’m numbering in this manner, you can fight your mama. Continue reading “Makin’ Mad Progress, Son! #ZD30Script — Day 7”
Hello all! So I have decided to join the Zero Draft Thirty movement for March.
Yes, I know that I am five days late. Yes, I’m aware that I will be cheating a bit. So?
Zero Draft Thirty is a concept from screenwriter Scott Myers (K-9, Alaska, Trojan War) and the good folks at Go Into The Story (henceforth referred to as GITS). The idea is for writers to hammer out an entire draft of a screenplay in a month.
This month. March.
They want you to go from FADE IN to FADE OUT in that beautiful 12-point Courier font.
Continue reading “OK, Zero Draft Thirty, I Am Now Here #ZD30script”