New Week, Seemingly Fewer Problems
Alighty, so I've got a pretty solid idea what my play's about, and it only took me a week and a half from conceptualization to get there. Not quite as strong, page-wise as last week; made it to 13 pages so far and about to jump in and either hammer out one more scene and se if we can get to between 15 and 20, or at very least get some sort of outline in place.
This month might just kill me. I've got this full length that I'm working on, as well as a one act for my apprenticeship. Thankfully, I just finished my first draft for that one last night, and edits won't be as time consuming as the initial draft; plus, I know I'm not the only one putting themselves through this, as all three of us playwrights in the Horizon Apprentice Company signed up, knowing damn well we were going to end up having to do a minimum of 1 1/2 plays in the month of November. Shout out to Rachel and Duckie if either of you come across this.
And with that, I'm back off to the salt mines of my mind; hopefully I won't get so tied up this next week that I don't come on at all before next Sunday.
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