hannasus (hannasus) wrote,
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hannasus

So, I've been writing a lot lately. Go me! I'm working on two different projects right now, which might be a bad idea, but actually seems to be working out pretty well so far. Whenever I start to get frustrated or sick of one, I can just go back to working on the other and it keeps me energized.

One of these projects is a Bones spec script that I've been working on with the generous assistance of zandras_court. She spent like an hour and half on the phone with me the other night, holding my hand and leading me through some of the forensic issues. And now I've got what I hope is a working outline. And I'm about to do something I've never done before--let people read my outline. It's scary, letting people see something that's unfinished and still in the early stages, but Jane Espenson recommends it in her blog, because it's much easier to catch and fix mistakes at this stage.

So, this is a call for help to all you Bones peeps out there on my flist. I need readers who are familiar with the show to look over my outline and give me honest feedback. If you've got the time/inclination, comment below and I'll email you (include your email if it's not on your LJ user info page).
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