Comments for Tameri Blog http://www.tameri.com/wordpress For Readers and Writers Sat, 12 Sep 2015 15:28:28 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.5 Comment on Your Script is a Snitch, Part One by WE SEE… Why Screenwriters Started Using WE | Tameri Blog http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/2015/09/02/your-script-is-a-snitch-part-one/#comment-5416 Sat, 12 Sep 2015 15:28:28 +0000 http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/?p=437#comment-5416 […] Your Script is a Snitch, Part One (tameri.com) […]

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Comment on Your Script is a Snitch, Part Two by WE SEE… Why Screenwriters Started Using WE | Tameri Blog http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/2015/09/05/your-script-is-a-snitch-part-two/#comment-5415 Sat, 12 Sep 2015 15:26:35 +0000 http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/?p=442#comment-5415 […] Your Script is a Snitch, Part Two (tameri.com) […]

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Comment on Your Script is a Snitch, Part One by Your Script is a Snitch, Part Two | Tameri Blog http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/2015/09/02/your-script-is-a-snitch-part-one/#comment-5378 Sun, 06 Sep 2015 02:57:22 +0000 http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/?p=437#comment-5378 […] Part One of “Your Script is a Snitch” explained how your script is snitching on you before the reader opens or scrolls to page one. Now, let’s examine what your script says to readers as they skim the pages of your screen gem. The message might not be the one you hoped the script would convey. […]

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Comment on Website Updates by Scott http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/2012/02/08/website-updates/#comment-1970 Thu, 25 Jul 2013 19:22:51 +0000 http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/?p=269#comment-1970 We use the default theme, and a plug-in called WPTouch that makes the system more iPhone and Android friendly.

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Comment on Website Updates by Touring Israel With A Private Guide http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/2012/02/08/website-updates/#comment-1969 Thu, 25 Jul 2013 16:39:51 +0000 http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/?p=269#comment-1969 Greetings! Quick question that’s completely off topic. Do you know how to make your site mobile friendly? My website looks weird when browsing from my apple iphone. I’m
trying to find a theme or plugin that might be able to fix this issue.
If you have any recommendations, please share.
Thank you!

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Comment on Writers Should Know Religion, Mythology, Folklore, Legends… by Cynthia June Long http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/2011/05/19/writers-should-know-religion-mythology/#comment-1925 Mon, 24 Jun 2013 22:52:51 +0000 http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/?p=168#comment-1925 Thanks. I’ve shared this with my MFA compatriots.

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Comment on About Us by kea Noli http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/about/#comment-607 Sat, 28 Jul 2012 00:36:41 +0000 http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/?page_id=2#comment-607 Susan,
I read your review of After Dark and enjoyed the general criticism. Although you seem to enjoy paranormal, do you have any interest in a contemporary story with the rebirth of a 20th Century ballet co., and some romance? It’s called Pearl Lover (available on Goodreads). It has a trite central idea but with an added and original twist. Thanks. Kea

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Comment on Word Counter by Tameri http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/2011/06/21/word-counter/#comment-599 Mon, 23 Jul 2012 03:19:45 +0000 http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/?p=189#comment-599 Scrivener has the features built-in to the program: View menu, Statistics, Text Statistics. The Scrivener report is great and gets better with each release.

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Comment on Word Counter by Maddy http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/2011/06/21/word-counter/#comment-597 Sun, 22 Jul 2012 19:33:09 +0000 http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/?p=189#comment-597 How would you integrate this with Scrivener?

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Comment on Writers Need Editors by Beverly Diehl http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/2012/07/13/writers-need-editors/#comment-592 Fri, 13 Jul 2012 17:26:52 +0000 http://www.tameri.com/wordpress/?p=291#comment-592 Good points here. I have recently read at least a half dozen self-pubbed books that simply… were not ready for prime time. Unlikable main characters – or NO main characters that could be found. Plots that crossed the line from stretching the imagination to murdering it. Pacing mistakes. Endings that were not resolved by an effort of the main character, but stuff happened, the end.

And all of them were fixable – a good editor would have been able to address those issues and make the books at least decent, if not great.

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