I continue to revise my drama screenplay today “Lost Son.” I begin to separate my screenplay into small chunks and sequences, to make it manageable to edit and revise. Otherwise, the thought of having to redraft the whole 100 pages straight in one go would intimidate me. To a degree that I would procrastinate it. So I think this method would help me go through the correction process more effortlessly. I enjoy reworking and analysing my manuscript. You have to like doing it because this type of task can be rather boring.
I can feel I need a cup of coffee. It’s midday now. Sitting and editing all day long can make you feel sleepy. I always have my usual postprandial coffee. I think, the coffee tastes so good after you have had a meal. Now, I will try and see if I can finish the adjustment today or over the weekend. I have to hurry up. I don’t want to keep modifying it forever.
As long as the story is entertaining and original, I think the grammar and your writing don’t really matter. There are many great examples which the authors sell lots of books and their novels are being turned into films despite their poor grammar and writing skills. I think the core essence is that if the story in general is captivating enough, then people don’t even notice or don’t really care the small mistakes in grammar and such.
I have read some books myself which the authors are native British, but when you read their books you begin to wonder if English is their first language. But I do enjoy reading their books, though, because the plots, the stories, and the characters are riveting and unique. So in any case, some do find successes in writing books regardless of their lacks of linguistic skills. They just write it. Anyhow, the idea of becoming a writer is still putting lots of people off when they think about they are not a good writer. So they can never write a book since they think it has to be perfect, especially it’s the first book they’re going to write.
It just makes me feel so much better with this realisation and just go for it. What’s the worst thing that could happen, anyway?