Date: 2017-03-16 20:15
Hi Susan, you distilled a complex issue. Synopsis writers couldn 8767 t have come across a better guideline. Thanks. Keep it up.
All writing is poetic, to the truly sensitive soul. Never in the history of mankind ever has there ever been a more perfect, more inspiring or more nobler form of communication than poetry. One must aspire to exalt the noble art to its highest incarnation to bring joy and bliss to the world with wit, rhyme and the perfection of the 5/7/5 haiku, or, in the highest form of poetic art, the limerick.
I think your start is great! I actually had a start like yours, saying if looks could kill I 8767 d be dead right now. But I love your story, it is so creative!! P
Her vision dwindles into nothingness, but before her consciousness is fully diminished, she hears the sweetest voice so clear, it 8767 s as if is coming from every direction 8775 you left me, Ella. No one leaves me. No one. 8776 . Then just like that, every sense goes blank. I can promise you, she never even saw it coming.
In the reflection of her ruby eyes, the fire roared like a
bad monster gone astray. It flanked her on both sides and licked dangerously
close like a menacing tide along the coast. She gazed unseeingly into the massive
ocean of flames and destruction, and presumed with a tinge of wild fear that it
bore no surface. Holding one small vulnerable hand out, the snowflakes trickled
into her palm with her cascading silver tears like taps left running.
Thanks so much for this post. It makes perfect sense. I can 8767 t wait to try it. Wait.. that might be a little strong, but I 8767 m sure that it will make it much less painful. 😉
I see across the room someone I have had many intimate encounters with. He looks at me as if he wanted to approach, but I subtly shake my head. No intimacy today. Just cold justice served with even colder revenge. Why colder revenge? I cannot tell you as my programming forbids it. Let’s just say this person has not been good to the Empire at large, nor myself in particular.
One thing writers hate doing but will inevitably have to do (one day or another, at least) is the Dreaded Synopsis. An agent may request it in his/her submission materials, or an editor might want it once your agent has you out on subs. My film agent needed it for shopping around Something Strange & Deadly , and I would imagine other rights-agents would want a short, simple synopsis for the same reason.
i wanted to ask something ..
if we want to write a movie., so we should write only the main things or with dialogue. or what???????????? plzzzzzz sm6 tell me