Today is the first day of Script Frenzy, a month-long writing adventures that challenges creatives from all over the country to spit out 100 pages of script in 30 days (or less). However, prep for Script Frenzy (at least for me) has been underway since last week, when I first began the process of trying to figure out just what the heck I would write about.
Typical me got sidetracked a couple of nights this week prepping for our ski trip, putting together a box for my Sean to send over to Afghanistan and working on some artwork for my Script Frenzy journal.
Chris gently reminded me last night that I need to flesh out my outline (on paper) and helped work through it after I explained to him (more or less) the gist of what I thought my plot might be.
Since this is such a new direction for my writing (and because social media offers up such a rich versatility of tools), I’ve decided to chronicle my inner monologue on my experiences each day with the help of Audio Boo. The first attempt, which is posted below, feels a little awkward to me, but hopefully as the month progresses, I’ll get more comfortable with the process.