Out with the old
A Stromberg-style guitar gets some much-needed attention.
An update to the splendid screenwriting app Slugline showed up today (Friday, March 17, 2017).
The ‘bug fixes’ portion of the release notes has some good stuff:
“Undo-ing the creation of a Character/Dialog pair no longer inserts random garbage into your screenplay.
‘That’s my job,’ you joked, but, hey, take it easy on yourself. That kind of self-doubt adds up.”
“When reverting to a saved document, the ‘Loading’ spinner should go away now, rather than stay there for four to eight years.”
A pragmatic ghost. Represents the dead.
Chuck Wendig’s Flash Fiction Challenge this week—OK, almost two years ago—is called “Spin The Wheel”.
I used a random number generator to come up with 10, 7, 2 for items within three specified categories hes set out.
Subgenre: Southern gothic. Setting: On the surface of a comet. Must feature: Magical foodstuff.
So yes, if I were to do Wendigs Flash Fiction challenge this weekI would have to _generate 1000 words of Southern gothic, set on the surface of a comet. AND featuring magical foodstuff_.
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But I’m finding this app to be, well, more friendly for posting than the WordPress site itself.
Now — back to writing. Or tonight, eating. Slow-cooked beef ribs, polenta and roasted broccoli.
Control your envy.
Our two phones now have the battery life of a carrot. Ideas for new include 4S and … something else.