Friday, January 21, 2005  

Calling All Screenwriters... Let's Connect

Got a Blog about screenwriting? Let's trade links. Grab the banner, add it to your blog and post a comment so I can visit your site. I'll add a link to your blog from mine. In the future, I'm hoping to create a blog community just for screenwriters.


At 3:03 PM,Blogger Bobby P. said...

Hey, just checked out your site. Found you through BlogClicker. I like your layout and reviews. I also Blogrolled to my blog. Check it out if you get a chance.

At 9:33 PM,Blogger Ron Kattawar said...

Cool site.


At 9:32 AM,Anonymous Anonymous said...


I came across your blog and liked it very much. My blog has a similar subject.

I linked to you. Hope you do the same. Thanks.


At 2:18 PM,Anonymous Anonymous said...


(Sorry if this is off topic!)

Love your blog… just writing to let you know that our website, Mutant Reviewers (, is doing a special “Trek Wars Week” for the week of June 5-11, in which we’ll focus on Star Trek and Star Wars movies through reviews, polls and articles.

Our staff of seven really loves working on our site (which loves all movies geek and cult), and have gone to extra lengths to make this upcoming theme week a special one for our visitors. If you would let your readers know about this event, that would be terrific!


At 5:04 PM,Blogger Scott said...

Great site. But, I can't open it on my Mac at work. Any idea why?


At 5:08 PM,Blogger Scott said...

By the way, I put a link up on my Blog.


At 2:34 PM,Anonymous Anonymous said...

great links...I added this to my roll

At 9:37 AM,Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great grass-roots site...I'm making a link on my site, from one screenwriter to another. It's

At 8:32 PM,Blogger ScriptWeaver said...

Whassup! Great service!

You link my back, I'll link yours!

At 8:09 PM,Blogger Gary said...

Great site. Great links. Will visit often.

You are already linked at my screenwriting blog

Hope you'll do the same. All the best!


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At 10:11 PM,Anonymous John said...

Hi, I'm a beginner in all this, and as I'm writing I end up having a character quote Coleridge. There's a line from the poem that I thought would make a better title for the story than the working title I have. The problem is that there is an older novel with that same title (drawing from the same Coleridge poem) but with totally different and unrelated stories. My question is if there would be a legal problem with this?

Thanks for your time.


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