Technique: Why it’s helpful to use more realistic injuries

Samantha Keel offered an interesting perspective on how using more realistic injuries and their consequences can boost plot and character development.

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  1. You have good handwriting. if I took pictures of my handwritten notes, it’d be illegible. Even I can’t read some of it

    Okay, back to work. Nice blog!.

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    1. Ha! I admit I did photograph the segments that were the most legible. I tend to scatter my notes across a page rather than linearly, making it difficult to follow along. 🙂

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      1. Ima post my thoughts about your amazing presentation (on my blog). I can send it to you first to make sure I’m not stealing your best stuff…

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