I really like this article. I think as writers we so often fall in this trap of focusing on what is not working than what is. The catch with that is that we often end up in a rut and loose what is most important, the joy of writing, the reason why we do what we do and why people resonate with our work!
"One of the most common mistakes screenwriters make when revising a screenplay is to concentrate on what’s not working rather than what is. This not only sucks all the fun out of your rewrite-it also chips away at the confidence you need in order to get your best writing on the page..."
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