Movie loglines rarely mention a character’s actual name. This is important to think about. Many writers spend a tremendous amount of time researching and naming characters. Often they will pick a name before they decide who a character really is. When someone asks you about a movie, how often do you include the name of a character? The answer is probably very rarely. If you do mention a character, you are probably more likely to refer to them as the actor or actress who played the character than the actual character name.
Never fall for traps involving money. There’s too much at stake. No person in his right senses would ever want losing a huge amount of fortune due to carelessness and imprudence.
Best to stay away from any mouth to mouth action and give your partner some light kiss on the forehead and eyes. Different ways to kiss that are more sensual and playful than outright sexual can be great ways to transition from mundane life to romantic life.
OBe patient and understanding, and adjust to each other’s moods. Marriage is not just about you. Listen to him or her. Know their wants and be sensitive to it. Adjusting yourself to their world, and most ideally, vice versa, will constitute a healthy relationship.
Spending a healthy amount of time apart is crucial to any subliminal programming. It gives you both time to reconnect with the things you enjoy and it gives you a breather from the other person. No matter how much fun you have together, never underestimate the importance of a little time apart.
It’s human nature to be jealous or hostile when you hear that your ex-flame is playing house with a new person, who we naturally resent even without knowing a thing about them.
I’ll tell you what you don’t do. You don’t keep them in the story. Characters that overstay their welcome completely ruin all the exciting times and happy memories forged in chapters gone by.
At first Sollars didn’t understand that Myles was even more dangerous than he appeared. Prison was his home. Now forty-four years old, he had spent most of the past twenty-five years at Alcatraz Island and five other federal and state prisons. Mutinies came to him as second nature. He thought he knew prison life better than anyone who had guarded him. Myles was determined to impress on his captors that because of his long history of confinement he deserved special privileges. It soon would become clear to everyone in Montana that he desired to run the prison. Myles stepped toward Sollars. He guided the knife in front of his short bulk like he was trying to clear a path with it. Sollars didn’t doubt that Myles would kill him. He raised his hands in surrender.