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Actual Realization

The moment always comes when, having collected one’s ideas, certain images, an intuition of a certain kind of development- whether psychological or material- one must pass on to the actual realization. – Michelangelo Antonioni

Do you have ideas for stories, songs, and films? Like so many, you probably have them stored up in your memory or imagination. But no one will ever read, hear, or see them if they stay in your mind.

Enter Michelangelo. Read his words again. He says there’s no time like the present to make something.

Read the rest…

Christopher Dalton

Author Christopher Dalton

Christopher Dalton has worked for two decades (yikes) writing for businesses, individuals, non-profits, and more. He has mentored and coached, consulted with and taught writers extensively for the last 10 years. Christopher has experience in online and in-person sessions, and has just completed a two-year program training film writers to work with actors and directors in a lab-style setting. As a ghostwriter, Christopher has written over 13 books. As a screenwriter-for-hire, he has written 11 screenplays. He has aslo released a novel , Nicholas and the Keeper of Names, an illustrated fairytale, The Lantern Heart, a feature film, All The Dragons, and a co-authored non-ficition book, Redeem California: With God Nothing is Impossible.

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