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Someone (a published author/instructor) told me once when I read a story I wrote in front of an audience -who then stood up and cheered -to take it in, celebrate each and every success, for they are few and far between. I did. I do. And they are.
Right now is an exciting time. One full of promise and that serves as great encouragement for those of us who strive to make it, whatever ‘make it’ or ‘success’ means to you; published author, screenwriter, or director like my brother Clark Kohanek who does it all.
We’re in LA, where he’s just had meetings with studio executives who are interested in one of his screenplays. FINGERS ARE CROSSED!
Regardless of what happens there, it’s a success, a major hurdle overcome, just to have a ‘lot pass’ to get onto the lot, have an appointment and talk about your work with decision makers, is every screenwriter’s dream. Clark is living it this week. It’s a lot of work, and there’s a lot of work to be done, and the possibility that it could not work out, looms, but for now, this is huge. This is a success.
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