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Ghostbusters vs. Ghostbusters II

So my husband and I were debating the opening scenes of the two Ghostbusters movies, as one does, and we determined that Peter’s introduction in the first movie is not the same as Egon’s opening scene in the second. Stick with me, for all shall be revealed. Venkemen’s opening scene is him, in his office,…

Writer’s Resources for November 7th through November 15th

This is a list of links I’ve found useful for November 7th through November 15th: This Is Your Brain on Metaphors – NYTimes.com – A scientific look at how and why humans speak in, use, and respond to metaphors. Writing Exercises for a Chilly Autumn Day | Magical Words – edittorrent: Opening with theme –…

Writer's Resources for June 9th through June 29th

These are writers’ resource links I’ve found helpful and/or interesting for June 9th through July 18th: edittorrent: Paragraphing as meaning – Invincible Summer: Professionalism – The Writer Who Couldn’t Read : NPR – Creating a “Series Bible” « Deadline Dames – edittorrent: Editing by Machine – edittorrent: Emotion postponement – Janet Reid, Literary Agent: The…

Writer’s Resources for June 9th through June 29th

These are writers’ resource links I’ve found helpful and/or interesting for June 9th through July 18th: edittorrent: Paragraphing as meaning – Invincible Summer: Professionalism – The Writer Who Couldn’t Read : NPR – Creating a “Series Bible” « Deadline Dames – edittorrent: Editing by Machine – edittorrent: Emotion postponement – Janet Reid, Literary Agent: The…

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