..Because it’s my site, and I can brag if I wanna.
With no further ado, here are, not the most visited TVWriter™ posts, nor necessarily the best, but the ones I enjoyed reading – or writing – the most. The posts that seemed to me to be the most open, honest, and helpful looks at being a television writer, or which I just plain got the most enjoyment out of.
So if you missed these suckers, click and read, kids. Click and read
In no particular order:
- John Ostrander Nails the Whole Learning to Write Thing
- Bob Tinsley’s Been Thinking About New Media
- DOCTOR WHO – The Broadway Musical
- SMASH Creator-Ex Showrunner Tells Us Why She Left
- Why Writers Seldom Become TV/Film/Publishing Executives
- LB: Uh-Oh, I Think I Just Saw The Real Me
- Salinger + Hemingway = Betrayal, Of Course
- A Comic Book Pro Comes Thru with Insight About TV
- LB: Rod Serling on Censorship…and Sponsors
- J. Michael Straczynski Gives Great Interview
- Storytelling the Pixar Way
- And Now, Some Good Words About Rewriting
- Joss Whedon’s Guide to Avenging Screenwriting
- SWIMMING WITH SHARKS
- Zeitgeist Boom? Drunken Monkey? What the Hell?
- THE Basic Tip for New Writers in All Media
- Arnold Schwarzenegger Owes Me Bigtime
- “I wrote a script,” she said.
- Why You Need to Keep the Rights to Your Material
FWIW Department: The good news as I see it is that none of the above are on our “Least Read Posts of 2012” list. The not-so-good news is that none of them are on the “Most read Posts of 2012” list either.
And, okay, since you asked, my favorite turns out to be the shortest item listed above, and one of the shortest on TVWriter™. And, no, I didn’t write it. That honor goes to some dood named Anil…
Hey, Anil, next time you’re in the neighborhood – or the country – c’mon over and I’ll open a bottle for us to – hehe – finish.