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Lesson one homework

Writing Character Profiles – Questionnaire 1 (Adult Characters) Name: willow Age: 27 General physical description: short, long blonde hair, wears casual dresses, plain, not a ton of makeup, tattoos,  silver jewelry  Hometown: Philadelphia  Type of home/ neighborhd: residential,  quiet, apartment … Continue reading

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Encounter with a Slug – Lesson 1 – Stranger Approaches

Kelly was on her way to a job interview. She had just stepped out of the subway train when she noticed a man who was standing around near the wall of the subway station then he approached her. “Do you … Continue reading

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Lesson 1 exercise 2: Mstories

June walked down the street her messenger bag strung over one shoulder and a the latest Book in the Filch series in her other hand. She checked her watched and picked up the pace. She had to meet Tobias in … Continue reading

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Cowboy versus Cowgirl – MD1 Ex 2

Cowboy versus Cowgirl Walking out of the Bay department store downtown, Bill was strutting with his new western cut suit, western shirt, string tie and cowboy boots. He cut a striking figure, tall, dark and handsome and he knew it.  … Continue reading

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Mastering Dialogue – Lesson 1

“Pardon me Miss, you dropped this.” Came a deep, powerful voice from behind Amy, causing her to stop in her tracks. A smooth, warm voice that reminded her of James Earl Jones describing the splendours of baseball in that movie, … Continue reading

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Mastering Dialogue, Exercise 1

The jealousy that engrossed Nathaniel for Carlos and Natasha raged furiously inside him, for he was certain they weren’t meant for each other I refuse to believe he is the one for you Nathaniel said Natasha took a long pause … Continue reading

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Lesson 1 – Inhabiting a Character

“Oh, excuse me,” said Debra. “I didn’t mean to… I’m terribly sorry.” “No problem. It’s easy to trip on these chairs,” said the young man. “I hope I didn’t hurt you,” she said. “Not at all. It’s quite all right,” … Continue reading

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An aged problem.

Albert Smith walked through the shortcut to the shopping centre. Three young people were huddling together secretively. Albert edged his way past them. A young man bumped into him. “Watch where you’re going, Old Fart!” Albert ignored him and kept … Continue reading

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Lesson 1 – City mouse and country mouse

Walking back to his hotel, Marty Hornbell was deep in thought. If this new software worked, it could save the company thousands of dollars a year. The other accountants at the today’s conference swore by it. Maybe this trip to … Continue reading

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The village railway station felt desolate on this Wednesday morning, the wind is whistling around the corners of the building and feels as if it is cutting right through her, freezing her face. Everything looks grey, brown and frozen, this … Continue reading

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