Screenwriting : Advice on stolen script that has already been released by Page Blaster

Page Blaster

Advice on stolen script that has already been released

So it’s 2021 and this goes back to 2015, so apologies for the saga—unless you like drama, in which case, settle in.

About me: I’m a 31 y/o writer. I have a small copywriting business, write and sell novels mostly for fun, and dabbled in various media i.e. screenwriting.

Beginning: I was in a debilitating motorcycle accident in 2015 that left me unable to walk for nine months. Ironically, I was hit by a major feature film director. I’ll skip the medical details but was staring down a long recovery period in physical stasis, was living in Los Angeles, and got it in my head to mess around with screenplays.

I had gotten pretty used to long-form (100k+ words) so a script was like hey, 20k? Let’s bang one out. Which is exactly what I did for three weeks during this period where I was bed-ridden. It was titled Scum, it was written under a nom de plume. I formatted it, packaged it, saved it, and kind of forgot about it, making the deal to myself once I was emotionally past the accident and physical therapy, I would blast it off and be world-famous. Maybe ten friends and colleagues read it and said it was good and they enjoyed the concept. The concept is unique. This is important later.

Middle: A year later I followed through. I read the pitch emails, crafted an ‘engaging’ query letter, and like the newbie I was who hadn’t yet been scorned and never thought it was going to amount to anything, sent it to every email address I could find. This included, specifically, the major agencies in Los Angeles. I received, well, four rejections from about eighty queries. Whatever, I’m used to that. This is early 2016. The project has lived in my email and Google Docs and that was where I thought it would remain.

End: I was having a viewing party of the fourth season of WestWorld at my place here (not in the USA) as I have a movie theater. Cue collective WTF from me and my friends, who stood up, incredulous, as the EXACT concept of Scum played put in the season premier, with the same dialogue.

The next day I dug in my email and found an opened receipt for a query to Jonathan Nolan’s agent at WME. He wrote this episode. I reached out to HBO (owned by WB) who, of course, never responded. I spent the next week interviewing intellectual copyright lawyers about this and said yeah, it was outright stolen.

BUT

They don’t own me credit, residuals, royalties, payment, or ANYTHING. All because I didn’t in my query stipulate that it was being sent to be considered for purchase. HBO finally reached back out and all but admitted they stole it, and gave me some ‘helpful’ pointers as to how my work would not be stolen in the future. Thanks!

So here I am. My first ever script was stolen and produced into a major, highly-rated television drama with serious talent attached. I’m pissed. I’m more than pissed. All I wanted was a credit and like, some taco money. I never expected anything from this script in the first place.

However, that doesn’t mean I was giving it out for free. Be warned and make sure you take care of yourself, legally.

Anyone know how I can work this into a career? Ha!

TLDR: Warner stole and produced a script, but won’t pay or credit because it was a “gift.” Can’t use it as leverage as it is now useless, since it was already produced and aired. No kudos given.

Craig D Griffiths

If you truly believe that they stole your work sue them. Let a court decide.

Claude Gagne

Do you think you have a winning case? You lose; you pay!

Dan MaxXx

BS. I don't believe you. Unless you got a time machine. Season 4 of Westworld hasn't aired/filmed yet

Barry John Terblanche

I don't watch Westworld. But, if what Dan MaxXx is saying is true? Then I look forward to Page's response.

Beth Fox Heisinger

Sorry, this "steal" you claim sounds too incredulous. "Page Blaster?" Plus, the scenario doesn't fit professional practice nor common knowns or norms. I don’t watch Westworld either, but they only announced the 4th season in April 2020 with a probable release date of 2022.

Aleisha Brooks

My best advice: move on. Write more. Keep going. If you do this, eventually something you make will get bought and you'll continue to grow in the industry. Don't be a one-hit wonder. Keep writing.

Timothy Ramirez

So what's the BEST PRACTICE TAKE-AWAY from this scenario? Say you have a written work, Registered with W.G.A and are ready to Market it.

Cameron Leigh James

This is confusing on several accounts, which others have pointed out. Also, what did you state in your query that would suggest you were gifting your script to recipients?

Rashika R

I agree with Craig. Though Stage 32 is a great resource for making connections if what you're saying is true, you should be consulting an attorney.

Craig D Griffiths

Cameron Leigh James I did think that. Unless you assign copyright it remains yours. If they said in writing “that we took it as a gift”, that is an instant will in court.

I include myself in the next statement “we are not good enough to steal from”. This type of post builds paranoia and stops people from sharing and growing as writers.

Craig D Griffiths

Rashika R thanks for the vote of support, haven’t seen you on here in a while, I hope all is well.

Page Blaster

Yes sorry this is S3, E1

Page Blaster

Craig D Griffiths I'm not building paranoia, just venting really

Page Blaster

Rashika R I can't afford the minimum retainer (75k) so I am here complaining and maybe MAYBE someone else can avoid this happening to them

Page Blaster

Becky Balsano Thank YOU!! Yes, I have been hearing that as well. To quote Nirvana (directed at your lawyer friend), "I'm in debt to your priceless advice."

Most of us write because we can't stop. Yes, there is more in the reservoir but that doesn't mean I am giving 3 weeks of passion and craft away for someone else to benefit, and massively at that

Page Blaster

Cameron Leigh James I didn't state I was gifting it. I sent it without them requesting which constitutes as a gift, as far as I understand from what the lawyers told me. When the agency "gave" it to Warner (their client), it is another link in the gifting chain

Page Blaster

Beth Fox Heisinger Believe it or not, I don't care. Page Blaster is derived from the Page Master in A Neverending Story

Page Blaster

Barry John Terblanche Was S3E1, my fault on the Season 4

Nick Assunto - Stage 32 Script Services Coordinator

Page, to be clear, you wrote one script in a three week time period, it's the first script you ever wrote, you queried it, and you believe the agent of Jonathan Nolan, a prolific writer, passed it over to him and said, "Here just steal this because it fits perfectly into your TV show." and THEN that HBO all but admitted to stealing it, who would be unconnected to Jonathan's agent in that regard, and have zero idea of that because when someone steals something, they don't walk around going, "Yeah me, a professional writer stole the script of an amateur." and then still have respect. This post is technically libelous unless proven, so I'd be more careful here.

1. There's like a .000001% chance that you're first script, written in three weeks, was even remotely good. Friends and family ALWAYS says it is because they are supportive and also have no clue what makes a great script.

2. Queries don't need to stipulate that they're for purchase, however you shouldn't attach the script because then that's a solicitation and they would immediately throw it away and not read it in order to avoid being in this situation. The bigger the company, the more important they do this. It's common practice. It's unlikely that anyone read any of your solicitations.

3. I guarantee you, if anything you're saying is true, that it's just a coincidence. This kind of stuff happens to writers constantly. The more writing you do, the more likely you're going to see something similar out there.

One of the first rules for any new writers is basically this: get over the paranoia. There are a ton of instances of similar concepts floating around out there. Similar concepts lead to people thinking of similar dialogue. We all have access to the same amount of knowledge. There's no such thing as a wholly original idea. Sometimes we lose the race to ideas. There is also the unfortunate side effect of querying: putting that idea in someone's head and years later maybe they think of it and aren't aware where it came from. But even then, there's so unlikely of a chance that it applies here.

It's certainly frustrating to see something you came up with executed professionally in the like-minds sense, I've seen it happen three times with projects I was slowly working on and then had to toss away because I lost the idea race. Stealing, on the other hand, is so incredibly rare and unlikely. Everyone is afraid to lose their job or make their company liable.

And I don't say all this to tell you "They definitely didn't steal your project." I'm saying this because so many people believe this happens to them, when it never did. And it's important to be honest with ourselves about our writing, about how ideas come into being.

Nathan Mccoy

They have no reason to steal your script. If you're a first timer they can just low ball you for the negotiation price. They have a money-hose! It would be easy for them to just give you a meager amount of money vs WGA rate (which you aren't in), and they avoid any possible impropriety. I would have to agree with Mr. Nick Assunto. (note: the budget for season 3 of Westworld was like $80 to $100 million). Purchasing your teleplay would be nothing to them.

Beth Fox Heisinger

Well, Page, maybe do care because this post is libelous. Your use of a pseudonym raises questions, too, sorry. As I said, generally before, about well-known professional practices, Nick further explained: "Gift?" They toss unrequested scripts to avoid coincidences. Whatever episode you suspect is similar to your work, it may have been conceived and/or written before you sent in your query. You mentioned you spoke to copyright lawyers; if you feel so strongly, perhaps talk to or hire an entertainment lawyer.

Page Blaster

Nick Assunto - Stage 32 Script Services Coordinator Nick that isn't how I said it played out. Obviously you don't know many high-level operators because I guarantee they don't care, as long as they bank or are given recognition. Yes it was my first script. It was NOT my first piece of fiction.

2. Yes, I attached it and that was my mistake

3. Coincidence maybe. But exact dialogue, exact concept, and an exact scene? No

4. Well, you didn't write a 4. I am writing a four. My original concept was an app where you bid to commit crimes such as ATM theft. Which was in my script. And the episode. And the get paid motherf***** was in my script oh yes, and also the episode. Stuff in Hwood gets stolen ALL. THE. TIME. Why would someone care if it was my first script of my 50th? In fact, it almost makes more sense since I wouldn't have the connections and they think oh, he's just a nobody. Ain't no thing

It isn't like I said my script was about love and building a house and lo and behold the Notebook was released and THEY STOLE IT. No, there are commonalities beyond coincidence here

Page Blaster

Beth Fox Heisinger Libel is if it isn't true

Page Blaster

Nick Assunto - Stage 32 Script Services Coordinator I wrote for three weeks. It had been gestating for years. Yes, the pseudonym is in place for a reason obviously. This is the internet. Why would I publish my real name if this is my first post? I'm aware of the target this places on me

Page Blaster

Nathan Mccoy I'm not saying the sinister cabal passed around blood and my script under candlelight and decided yesssss, this is the one we will steal. But if someone read it, forgot about it, and unwittingly recreated it years later yes, this would apply

Nick Assunto - Stage 32 Script Services Coordinator

Page I'm not trying to gaslight you here and say you're lying. I'm just saying, it doesn't work the way you say it does. And the likelihood of your first script being good enough to steal is extreme, no offense, as most of our first scripts aren't great. Fiction writing and screenwriting are not the same beast, and the examples you listed are not so unimaginable and original as that they could only be thought of by you. Pretty sure 1000 scripts out there probably have the line, "Get paid motherf*cker." I'm sure if you searched that quote on Twitter alone you'd find plenty of results.

Rashika R

I totally understand. I've been burned before. I took my butt to Harvard and obtained a certification in Contract law. I may not know everything, but I know enough to never let that happen again. I hope you get things ironed out.

Page Blaster

Nick Assunto - Stage 32 Script Services Coordinator The quote, while stealing an ATM, while using an app where you bid to commit crimes. Yeah. Put them all together

Beth Fox Heisinger

Page, it doesn't work that way, neither does copyright, and naming that person, his agent, and the production company in a public forum and stating that they stole from you without that claim being held and proven in a court of law is libelous—something containing libel, a defamatory statement. Sorry. This is not some contract dispute either. Reading over your post again... they probably did not even open your email query. A low-level assistant may have clicked on it to see what it was, and then promptly deleted it or tossed it because you included a script. Typical policy. They will not accept nor look at a script that was not requested nor put it in the hands of "top people" for this very reason. The people you are accusing probably did not see it at all. That's what Nick has been trying to explain. This scene is a coincidence. Talented creative people come up with similar ideas. It happens.

Tim Bragg

Page. I use Final Draft software and right in the icons is a WGA link to register your work. Never send anything unless you have a copyright and research who you are sending your script to. I blocked a company last year I was considering, but after researching them, something just seemed off. Good luck.

Barry John Terblanche

Page. As said script has been "stolen" and is now out in the wind. Why not post said script on your profile page to validate what you saying?

Dan MaxXx

seems odd that you don't accuse the co-creator & co-writer of Westworld, Lisa Joy, who probably shares the same agent at WME as J Nolan. So basically, you are saying someone stole your one spec episode (Season 3, Eps 1) and the thieves built the entire Season 3 off it. (never mind Season 2 finale character arcs, cliffhangers).

A. S. Templeton

Had you registered the work with copyright.gov and (optionally) the WGA, you might have a legal leg to stand on. Otherwise, take yer lumps (real or imaginary) and move on. In the past 5 years, you could have/ought to have written and polished a screenplay a year.

Beth Fox Heisinger

Just to clarify: You already have a copyright the very second you create a fixed work, i.e., a screenplay; registering a claim of copyright with the LOC is required to bring a lawsuit. But claiming copyright infringement is another ball game altogether, and this is where this case falls apart.

Tim Bragg

Page, what I have read about what you have posted and I am not taking sides, but you are making it difficult for anyone to want to read your next script or get involved in any contract with you at a later time. Barry said it best. Post your script, you can even do it on Stage 32.

Page Blaster

Tim Bragg I am new to this site. I only created an account here to moan about this, I wasn't even aware you could post scripts here. Thank though, I'll get around to it!

Page Blaster

Barry John Terblanche Good point Barry. I'll get on that soon

Page Blaster

A. S. Templeton Actually two novels :)

Steve Mallinson

Hmmm. If this were played upon a stage now I could condemn it as an improbable fiction. Prove true, imagination, O prove true.

Tim Bragg

Page. Go into log lines on your profile, you can post your script there. Personally and this is just me. I would delete this post and start fresh, if you look at many of the projects being made, they have similar themes. If you feel your story was truly stolen, than rework it, but do not blame the whole industry and certainly do not create a profile to vent only. Entertainment is a tough industry to break into, so you do not want to start out wrong with the people on the inside. Good luck.

Craig D Griffiths

So how is paranoia spread. By fable.

I shared my work and it was stolen (Gasp).

They said it was a gift (gasp).

This will happen to you and there is nothing you can do (bigger gasp).

I can’t afford to fight it (Sobbing in support).

So don’t share your work. To quote Gandalf “keep it secret, keep it safe”.

That is how paranoia is spread.

No one steals. Think about it. You find a lawyer that does the “no win, no pay” thing. They go to some small jurisdiction in Texas and lodge an injunction stopping the airing of the series until your claim is heard. There are such jurisdiction in the USA. Watch John Oliver’s episode on SLAPP suits. So you hit them with a court order, now they are losing millions of dollar to shut you up.

Would they risk that? No. They would have had all that sorted out before they shot a single second of the show. There is an entire team that focuses on that. Because one small wrinkle can stop everything.

Stories are as old as human existence. I know we all believe we are beautiful unique snowflakes, but we are not. We have all shared human experiences. Hence we tend to tell the same stories. So you (me and everyone) will see stories that are the same as ones you have written.

So paranoia isn’t an intention of anyone sharing their story. It is just an unintended benefit. Like Sharks, Crocodiles and Venomous Snakes, they all exist in abundance in Australia, doesn’t mean we should leave.

Page Blaster

Craig D Griffiths Seems unnecessarily provocative. As I said in some other comments they may have unknowingly used the same scene. They read something, they forget it, it gestates, they use later. This snowflake rhetoric is tired.

Barry John Terblanche

Hi Page. You last said you will post your script to validate your story. I see it's not up on your profile page?

John Iannucci

I’ve also seen sites of companies that state basically if you send your script unsolicited Ed its fair game. I think this gives them the freedom to use ideas in it. It’s why you have to read their policies and NDA’s carefully. That statement like having a sign that says “beware of dog” after that you enter at your own risk. Also ideas cannot be protected - neither can a line. To win in court a certain % has to be accurately copied. About the app - i just saw a movie where criminals bid on an app on the outcome of criminal acts. I believe your story and think you should pursue it with a lawyer - find an up and comer who with do it on % - this is one case - you don’t need a retainer

Also WGA protects nothing - if you don’t have a copyright ... well. Just my opinion so don’t rip it to pieces fellows

Tim Bragg

Page. If there is a story, do post it or at least show a synopsis. You said you wrote this in 2015, in six years, you could have written a bunch of new features and shorts. Almost every production has the same idea but what separates it is how well you write your version. Soap operas rip off every story line from other soaps, there is no way a group of writers can come up with 300 new original stories each year. There are only so many story ideas and you have a one percent chance of creating something that has never been done before. Sites like this are for developing your craft and getting your work out there. There are 500,000 people on stage 32. The people in my network. I have never heard of them before but that does not mean they do not have connections to people I have heard of. I doubt Quentin Tarantino looks at Stage 32, who knows? He might. Get back to writing and show us you want to be a writer and post a photo and introduce yourself.

Craig D Griffiths

Page Blaster so you acknowledge that (perhaps) they didn’t steal your work. Which is the point. They didn’t take your work. They created their work, which resembles yours.

You had an idea that someone else also had, that is the extent of this scenario.

John Iannucci

Page - you do realize that if you do ever sue - everything you say here is admissible - like admitting they may have not stole your work.

Lyter Daniel

That’s horrible - I’m curious - did you ever Copyright or register it with the WGAW?

Craig D Griffiths

Lyter Daniel I have to agree that it is horrible that someone feels bad. But this isn’t an issue. After reading the comments even Page is beginning to see people don’t steal (real people, not amateur friends). Even when you register you have to be willing to defend it. Aspirin was a registered trademark of Bayer, they never defended it and now everyone uses the word.

I registered my first script in 2015 (this was the last one I ever registered), I sold it last year to a UK company. I am in Australia selling to a UK company, why would I register in the USA?

Page Blaster

Lyter Daniel Yes, I did

Page Blaster

Craig D Griffiths Please don't tell me what I say based on your own prejudice. I believe they stole my script. Anything else you have improperly deduced. And please, no arguments about it

Page Blaster

John Iannucci John I gave it as an example. I believe they stole the work and I have the email records. There is more that I won't write here

Page Blaster

Tim Bragg Nice message! I have written a lot since then but not for film. Two novels and an in-house periodicial for a Fortune 500 company. Maybe QT comes here. Maybe not. I didn't post this to build Karma or get noticed and poached. It is mostly a rant and to gauge my own attitude

Page Blaster

Barry John Terblanche I'm not sure I will because of some of the comments here. I'm already a little delicate at the moment releasing a novel and don't want to pile criticism, positive or otherwise

Page Blaster

John Iannucci Sorry John. Is this a serious comment? If so, what was the movie? Thanks

Tim Bragg

Page. I am just lost. I just saw you will not post your real name because it is the internet. These issues that you have with the industry and the argument you have been trying to make against them seem to go outside of other issues. Stage 32 and other honorable sites like this are here to help you move into the industry but if you do not trust the internet, how are you ever going to trust people in general?

Tim Bragg

Page, how do I find your books and your periodical?

Craig D Griffiths

Hey Page, I noticed a questions at the very end of your post. How do you work it into your career?

Don’t tell people that one of the richest corporations in the industry and one of the best screenwriters of the last decade stole from from an amateur.

It will make you look like someone that doesn’t have a grip on reality.

If you really want this to become part of your brand, perhaps using your real name would be a good start.

John Iannucci

Think it was about a plane of convicts. - I’ve also seen it before. Yes its serious. It’s an idea - history the day the wright brothers flew the next day a pilot flew in France. Both had the same ideas. It’s actually a concept in concognitive theory.

John Iannucci

By the way - the movie I saw was awful - hope yours was better

I’d sue if i was you though

William Martell

I find this unusual, because in 30 plus years in the business I have never heard of it being required that you offer something for sale in order to claim copyright infringement. I know that cases have gone before the courts without that - just because someone read the material.

If they requested your screenplay and read it - the issue will be whether Nolan also read it, and your ability to prove that. If you have correspondence that states that Nolan did read it and used it, but the flimsy excuse that you weren't explicit about selling the script - you have a slam dunk case.

So I would either get a new lawyer or forget it and concentrate on all of your other screenplays. Since that episode was made, you should have written 6 or 7 new screenplays, so focus on those.

Tim Bragg

Exactly. I figured at least three features and shorts could have been written. between now and 2015.

Tim Bragg

Page:. You are from London, England, The U,K, has wonderful opportunities for writers there, why did you send your script to the states?

Marty Howe

instead of posting on stage 32 about it, hire a lawyer, and tell him what happened.

Martin O'Toole

Mr. Blaster... Aside from anything else: take some time to be chuffed with yourself that you smashed out your first-ever feature script in just three weeks, and it was on the money. Sounds like you write pure gold, so I guess learn the lesson, move on, and write three more in the next 90 days! :)

It's worth considering Beth Fox Heisinger's word regarding defamation though. I was directed to this thread by someone else, so your story's being discussed outwith of this thread.

Best of luck on your screenwriting journey, buddy.

Shanon Lee

Sorry to read this. You need to create a buzz. Take this public, including any admissions. Maybe there's a loophole and an attorney that is more calculated can help you win this. Some of these cases take decades. Settle in.

Tim Bragg

Martin, you said it well. He will not post what he has and I asked were I can find his two novels and periodical with no response. He will not post his name and you are right, what is said on Stage 32 is probably talked about on other sites and page has probably damaged himself with the industry and he said he only created this to vent about something that happened in 2015. I can only conclude he was never a real writer and I will probably get myself in trouble for saying this. Page needs to close his account, he is on here for all the wrong reasons. I wonder if he has opened a web page in the U.K. and vented about their entertainment industry?

Page Blaster

Tim Bragg I'm not super active on this forum. Never a real writer? What are you talking about? Also let me ask you a question...if you posted this thread, and like you said it MAY damage your reputation, why would you attach your name and face? That isn't very intelligent if all you wanted to do in the first place was feel out where you are and how others feel about your (my) story. I write a lot. If this pans out I will send you an ARC. There is no reason for me to do this outside of the reasons I've already stated and you may not like it but I don't know who reads this forum, and so I am being cautious. That's all.

Page Blaster

Shanon Lee Thanks Shanon. It seems to be gathering its own momentum at this point

Page Blaster

Marty Howe Contacted many, and almost nobody wants to go against WB since my case isn't a 10,000% slam dunk

Page Blaster

Martin O'Toole It was in its own way validating. I DO have more faith in my work after this transpired. I am waiting for C19 results and if I'm positive, maybe I'll bang another one out. And Tim Bragg doesn't seem to believe this but I have an email address I send ideas to often. Maybe I'll dig in there and flesh one out, and hope it gets ripped off too! Haha

Page Blaster

Tim Bragg I am in the States, not sure why it says London.

Page Blaster

Craig D Griffiths I'm getting honestly tired of your contrarian comments. Just because I am not an established screenwriter doesn't mean I'm not an established writer. Your claims about my reality-gripping are a bit projecting. Either way, consider positive comments or at least something constructive. Cheers

Nick Assunto - Stage 32 Script Services Coordinator

Jonathan Nolan didn't write episode one of season three by the way. And West World uses a writers room. Just wanted to throw that information into the discussion.

Katherine de Bois

And she politely and respectfully asks....... is there anyway to get out of this thread? I think it would be handy to know for future situations that don't seem all that positive. I have tried to delete my comment as a means to achieve this. Sorry, but If someone can tell me, I'd love to know.

Claude Gagne

There is a little V up on the right corner of this post above one week ago. Click on it and unsubscribe.

Tim Bragg

Page, if this were my thread and it happen to me. I would have approached it differently and brought awareness that this could happen. You have named names and a studio that may or may not have stolen your story and if I recall. I think you mentioned an agent. Here is what gets me, this was your first story and I might be wrong on this three weeks later it was in the hands of a studio? It does not work that way for a new writer. It has taken me two years to get a producer interested in my feature Boy Blue. You have nothing to lose by posting in your log the script you have on this site. I asked where I can find your two novels and periodical. As far as thinking you were in London, it is in your profile, what did Stage 32 change that because they were bored and it would be something fun to do to Page? I can honestly tell you. I have been on this site for a week and after this post, I would never add you to my network. If you have other material, let that be your focus, your stuck on something that happened in 2015, do you really believe that in six years that whatever you wrote has not already been done? I said I do not think you are a writer, show me something that says you are a writer.

Page Blaster

Nick Assunto - Stage 32 Script Services Coordinator Thank you Nick. That's good info

Page Blaster

Katherine de Bois Sorry for that Katherine. I didn;t expect so much vitriol. Have a good one and good luck with your career

Page Blaster

Tim Bragg You don't seem to have grasped my last post. As for our screenplays, why are you comparing them? I'm sure they were different. Luck and talent play a large part in writing as I'm sure you're aware, so don't make assumptions about my work and why it may have superceded yours. I use VPNs for work a lot, hence the location. And don't worry, I wouldn't add you to my network either :) Cheers

Tim Bragg

Superceded? The only thing you superceded was to the theft store claiming your story was stolen. The first post I saw on here was yours when I joined a week ago, is there a block on this site? I did not join this site for drama but to further my own career.

Page Blaster

Tim Bragg That's not what superceded means. As mentioned in previous comments, you can unfollow this thread. I haven't even looked at your profile and won't comment on your posts or any work you have put on this site so not sure why you would need to block?

Tim Bragg

I am tired of this silliness.

Tim Bragg

For anyone else tired of Page, click the V in the corner and unsubscribe, now if you will excuse me. I am going back to work on my film synopsis.

Page Blaster

Tim Bragg Yes I asked long ago for you to move on. Good luck with your work

Tim Bragg

Page. I wish you well also and I hope you find a resolution to your situation. Move on from this. You cannot start the next chapter of your writing career if you keep re-reading your last one. Good luck.

Barry John Terblanche

The soapy: The days of our lives... Has nothing on this! This post is like a short drama script in its own (Lol) :-)

Tim Bragg

Barry. LOL.

Luemisher James

Nick, it sounds as if your garbage is calling you to uproot an idea that's screaming to live beyond your expectations.

If you find the courage and focus to filter through your BURIED script, you can truly find another story and premise.

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