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I finally heard from my manager on Thursday. Four script readers provided critiquing (called “coverage”) of The Crusading Chemist and explained how it needs to be revised before they can represent it. I confirmed the contract, which states that they will receive a 15% commission

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The Crusading Chemist is now available for public reading. Let me know what you think! ~Amanda~

I hope that this upcoming week I will actually work towards doing everything I’ve planned on doing. This past week I’ve just felt a bit worn out and uninspired – perhaps because it has been just a week since the ACT. Abbott Management has still

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It is amazing to me that sometimes I can be so busy and yet not seem to be doing much of anything. I’m always doing something, of course, but perhaps after I get so immersed in a project, it seems to become less of an

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Finally, I shall explain what all this research and writing and registering is really all about after all. What exactly is The Crusading Chemist about anyway? First of all, it is a biopic about a historical character already vague and yet increasingly curious to the

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Due to mysterious ways, The Crusading Chemist is on its way to The Library of Congress rather than the Writers Guild. That is, to Washington, D.C. rather than Los Angeles, California.  My literary friends, please read closely just in case you ever plan to publish/produce some

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I don’t mean to be shallow, but I have decided to make a post on February 29, 2008 simply because I will not be able to post on this day for another four years. Besides that, the weather has been alternating between freezing and balmy

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February is showing itself to be quite an eventful month! It is also a leap year, remember. Apparently every Presidential Election year happens to be a leap year (every four years). Some friends visited yesterday. Next weekend John Y. is returning from Denver for a

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Click here to read my revised review of Becoming Jane at the Cross Eyed Blog and Webzine! When most contemporary writers attempt to explore the literary motivations of the renowned Jane Austen, they often follow a nearly stereotypical trend of thinking.  Because she so masterfully portrayed

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