Scripts Quotes

Quotes tagged as "scripts" (showing 1-12 of 12)
Diana Rose Morcilla
“Your life is a movie. You are the main character. You say your scripts and act to your lines. Of course you do your lines in each scene. There is a hidden camera and a director who you can ask for help anytime up above.”
Diana Rose Morcilla

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“Abundant living is realizing that life is a privilege whether it’s adhering to our scripts or not.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

“What monster sleeps in the deep of your story? You need a monster. Without a monster there is no story.”
Billy Marshall

V.C. Andrews
“God, He didn't write the scripts for the puny little players down
here.
We wrote them ourselves-with each day we lived, each word we spoke,
each thought we etched on our brains. And Momma had written her
script, too.
And a sorry one it was.”
V.C. Andrews, Flowers in the Attic

Shannon L. Alder
“Every writer dreams about the day they can step into their fiction and wander its hallways.”
Shannon L. Alder

Anne Flanagan
“I re-traced your footsteps to that miserable little Tibetan monastery. It was hard to get the monks to talk, what with that vow of silence and all – and how do you threaten someone who regards death as a promotion?”
Anne Flanagan, Artifice

Jeff Lyons
“Try everything; listen to everyone. Follow no one. You are your own story guru!”
Jeff Lyons, Anatomy of a Premise Line: How to Master Premise and Story Development for Writing Success

Jeff Lyons
“With the right tools, you can write anything ...”
Jeff Lyons, Anatomy of a Premise Line: How to Master Premise and Story Development for Writing Success

“I intend to see that justice is done by presiding, in the manner of the omnipotent Walter Mitty, as chief justice of a tribunal trying the case of those plotting further advances for the Chinese characters on an international scale. Emulating the operatic Mikado's "object all sublime... to let the punishment fit the crime," I hand down the following dread decree:

Anyone who believes Chinese characters to be a superior system of writing that can function as a universal script is condemned to complete the task of rendering the whole of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address into Singlish.

John DeFrancis, The Chinese Language: Fact and Fantasy

Tina Fey
“Pilot scripts are particularly difficult to write because you have to introduce all the characters without it feeling like a series of introductions.”
Tina Fey, Bossypants

“To embody a slice of life on stage/film/script/book is awe-inspiring; like peeking into a window to the soul or prima materia”
Val Uchendu