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Here’s your chance to meet the original Barkis.

Daniel Radcliffe at his cutest
Daniel Radcliffe at his cutest

 I’m a sucker for books, films and TV shows about writers, and when it’s a Cinderella story to boot, well, that’s just a bonus. David Copperfield is set to re-air starting today (in most areas of the US). This version has one of the best casts ever. Although I still have the best Barkis.

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  1. I am a sucker for Cinderella type movies. And David Copperfield is a favourite too. Just love a happy ending|!!!!!!!!

  2. I am a sucker for Cinderella type movies. And David Copperfield is a favourite too. Just love a happy ending|!!!!!!!!

  3. Since I am interested in romance writing…

    I’ve been watching more and romance movies. Mainly to be able to as actually see the actual initial conflict between the main characters the tensions increase, watching for the ebb and flow of the pacing, somehow this seems helpful.

    Do you do anything like this is or would you recommend other creative outlets (photography,collage) for writers to get into that fictional world (building) after on you either have characters or a plot in your mind, or is it the other way around?

    Since you have photography as a hobby.

    Has a photograph you’ve ever taken sparked an idea, turning it over in your mind? Sort of a what if?

    I like to really watch for the details, that make the main character who exactly they are. How these can be so telling of the person.

  4. Since I am interested in romance writing…
    I’ve been watching more and romance movies. Mainly to be able to as actually see the actual initial conflict between the main characters the tensions increase, watching for the ebb and flow of the pacing, somehow this seems helpful.
    Do you do anything like this is or would you recommend other creative outlets (photography,collage) for writers to get into that fictional world (building) after on you either have characters or a plot in your mind, or is it the other way around?
    Since you have photography as a hobby.
    Has a photograph you’ve ever taken sparked an idea, turning it over in your mind? Sort of a what if?
    I like to really watch for the details, that make the main character who exactly they are. How these can be so telling of the person.

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