Working with this fabulous yarn from Scheepjes has taken my mind way into a land of special beauty.
But I am writing screenplay and I don’t understand why I got this message behind the scenes from WordPress? So I took a screenshot. I could crochet right now, or I could write. I am writing an adaptation of a novel I wrote back in 2009 in Nanowrimo that I worked very hard on. The rewrite to a screenplay is something I want to use my blog for?
I am not clear about Gutenberg?
Is this artificial intelligence?
I have never seen a message like this until the other day.
For writers WordPress is the best thing that was EVER invented. Not kidding.
I bought the premium version so I could write here?
In November I may write a novel here, when Nano starts again. I used my WP blog endlessly as my nom de plume Valentine Bonnaire, but this is the real me. I designed the book cover for Heart of Clouds myself, and the image is a shot of the clouds off Summerland Beach. WP would not allow me to link it from my old blog and I don’t know why!
This is what a screenplay looks like:
EXT. DAY. Summerland Beach
We see a giant thin cloud rolling across the sky, then a close up to a dolphin jumping.
That is what I was about to start writing.
I got this:
I have loved WP since 2007.
So I never mind talking to them right here in my blog.
here is a screenshot of behind the scenes just now:
It doesn’t want me to link to my OWN BOOK COVER. So I will crop it in Preview and try again. You know I love WordPress, because it has been so seamless since 2007. Everything was always easy and that is because of Ma.tt and all the people who work on this out of their hearts. Anyway tries again. What you are going to see is TEXT that I wrote, from a book I wrote in 2009, translated into what a screenplay looks like.
Here is what the book cover looks like.
I just went to check the news and took a screenshot and saw these. Just know I ❤ WordPress.
I also TRUST WORDPRESS more than any other site. I trust two companies. Firefox and WordPress. The others? Nope.
That is a portrait of my self, and my dog Odin. If you want to see the last thing I wrote in my blog Valentine Bonnaire, you can. I adopted him. These are the beaches we walk all the time and this is what SoCal looks like!
That is Summerland beach, the location for my novel Heart of Clouds.
So there you have it, you see?
Now I can retype the whole thing as I write the screenplay, or just photograph each page.
I’m debating putting a donate dealie on my page in here, and just yesterday I read about that? In the WP Reader. Because this is going to be one of the most beautiful books you have ever read, you see?
It will also be one of the most beautiful films EVER MADE.
from the WRITER