GLOSSARY: SCREENWRITING

Acting Edition: A published play script, typically for use in productions in the amateur market or as reading copies. Often has a list of prop list or set design sketches.

$10 DOLLAR DRAWINGS

Frankly I think this is a wonderful example of creative entrepreneurship... She'll make any drawing you want for $10 dollars, and ship it to you.


6 WAYS TO PUBLISH YOUR OWN BOOK

Online self-publishing services have given users the tools they need to create, publish and promote their work. These sites allow authors to bypass the process of finding an agent and pitching to publishing houses, a venture that can take months, if not years.

Here are six great sites that will help you publish your work, guaranteeing you a published book that can be sold via different outlets, such as Amazon.

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You can now download the very first book of Kim Stanley Robinson's classic Mars Trilogy, 'RED MARS' for absolutely free! If you're interested in reading a fictional account of the future human colonization of Mars, done with a very logical scientific edge, this series is for you.


COMPLETE WORKS OF H.P. LOVECRAFT

The awesome website 'DagonBytes' makes available the complete works of H.P. Lovecraft online for everyone to read, enjoy, and be terrified by. When the clock strikes midnight, pick a story at random and prepare to explore the bizarre and phantasmagorical world of Lovecraft's greatest creations.


'THE DAMNED THING' by Ambrose Bierce (1842-1914)

CHAPTER I

ONE DOES NOT ALWAYS EAT WHAT IS ON THE TABLE.

By the light of a tallow candle which had been placed on one end of a rough table a man was reading something written in a book. It was an old account book, greatly worn; and the writing was not, apparently, very legible, for the man sometimes held the page close to the flame of the candle to get a stronger light on it. The shadow of the book would then throw into obscurity a half of the rooms, darkening a number of faces and figures; for besides the reader, eight other men were present. Seven of them sat against the rough log walls, silent, motionless, and the room being small, not very far from the table. By extending an arm any one of them could have touched the eighth man, who lay on the table, face upward, partly covered by a sheet, his arms at his sides. He was dead.