My third BackStage.com article is up. Check it out.
I don’t really like it because I find it a bit didactic. But the editor wanted my story to make a point instead of letting it just be a story, and this was the best I could come up with while juggling an impossible schedule.
But I guess it’s good enough since it got published. So, I hope you like it at least a little!
My second article for BackStage.com is out! Click on the image to read:
When I wrote the first draft, it was 800 words. I had a point to make and I made it short and sweet. But my editor wanted all the gory details. So I worked and reworked it and threw in 500 words more. So it’s now long and detailed. Haha. I hope you enjoy reading it.
The life of a freelancer is immensely exciting because you never know where your next pay cheque will be coming from.
Of all the places, I never expected to be invited to write for an actors’ resource website based in the USA.
But it happened, and I wrote, and I got published today.
Am now working on my next piece.
I usually tolerate my writing jobs as purely a means to earn a living. But this is one writing job I can dig into with relish because I get to write about acting. Coolness!
Thank you for the job, BackStage.com!