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Sunday, August 30, 2009

OWC – scripts 11 to 15 - post author Don

The One Week ChallengeWriters were given one week to write a 12 page or less Romantic Drama/Comedy (Romantic Dramedy) using This piece of music (graciously provided by Norm of The DrabbleCast).

The “*” in the title of the OWC script indicates that the person who submitted the script has, in the past, read and reviewed at least three scripts in this or previous challenges. If you feel you should have a star, please let me know via email at webmaster (a) or discussion board private message. Click the title to go to the discussion board thread, then click the title to read the script.

The Next Five of 11 to 15

Running Backwards by Only My Mother calls me Terrance

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) – A social outcast has an unexpected romantic encounter during a road trip to a high school football game. (pdf – format)

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The Story of June by Call me Ishmael

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) – An aspiring female singer falls in love with a songwriter, who writes her a song to enter a singing contest. (pdf – format)

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One Bad Week by River Crossing

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) – Harry is in debt with some bookies, plus his girlfriend has just kicked him out, this is going to be one bad week. (pdf – format)

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Our Time Deserves A Love Song by Been There

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) – An aging musician relives his first love when someone asks what inspired him to write a particular love song. (pdf – format)

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Cliff Notes by Free the Tribbles

(Short, Romantic Dramedy w/ music) – Life imitates art, but can life imitate commercials? (pdf – format)

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