Scene 2 INT. OFFICE– AFTERNOON One cubicle is well lit. Michelle and Deborah are gossiping in front of a computer. MICHELLE Girl, did you see that video of Tomi Lahren acting out? DEBORAH White women, they ain’t got nothing better to do. MICHELLE And to think we work for one DEBORAH You better stop before… Continue reading Her Office: Act 1 Scene 2
Scene 1 FADE IN: BEATRICE, THE LEAD MANAGER, SITS BEHINDS THE DESK INTERVIEWING A BLACK GIRL. BEATRICE We are not hiring. GIRL Why not? BEATRICE Because we aren’t, you can’t work here GIRL Remember when I organized your office, you were ecstatic. BEATRICE That was then, this is now. GIRL I need this job,… Continue reading Her Office: Act 1 Scene 1
Subject: Love Yourself
Every artist knows about the “silent crowd.” Each artist knows what it means to have to create without having anyone to watch or listen. It can be daunting. At times, you feel as if your creations aren’t special or they don’t matter to the world but imagine this as a writer. As a writer, you’re… Continue reading How to Write Without An Audience: Steps to Overcome the “Silent Crowd”
There is something that we ponder, over and over again, that is… are we our main character or is it its own entity? I’ve often pondered this myself with the creation of Angelica and Doria in both of the novels in FIGS, and I thought this would make for an interesting discussion. You see when… Continue reading QTNA: Am I My Character or, Is My Character its Own Entity?
Tara is an artsy writer that is more than creative, she’s actually pretty imaginative, and loves cats. I enjoyed getting to know Tara on Twitter, as I took the time to scroll through her recent tweets to learn more about her. I was intrigued to find that she’s a dedicated writer who doesn’t mind retweeting… Continue reading AOTD: Tara Sim ★･ﾟ*｡☆