The SitComs that made me want to be a TV writer and how my American dreams were builded as those stories represented America for me at that time. I’m absolutely a sucker for American Situation Comedies, the Sitcoms. Back in 2002, when we first got cable on TV, I used to spend hours and hours,… Continue reading Old SitComs that inspired me to study ScreenWriting
Imagine yourself going on vacation to spend a few days with your girlfriends at the beach, soaking in the sun, drinking, enjoying your free time. When you get there, you meet a guy/girl, falls immediately in love with the stranger. You guys spend the next days in a romantic cloud before you leave back home… Continue reading The train wreck that is 90 day Fiancee – Part 1
Here it goes, I’m finally gonna write about what I have been putting aside. Like it or not, Taylor Swift was all of us during this quarantine and she expressed that on her new album, Folklore. I listen to Taylor’s music since she released Love Story, in 2009, when she was still trying to figure… Continue reading Folklore is about us in quarantine
I didn't speak any English until I was 19 years old. I started taking classes when I was 16. Before starting the classes in 2001, everything was a big blur. I was obsessed with Pop Music and American movies, that helped me out a lot with my vocabulary. When I was able to take classes,… Continue reading How the Tv broke the language barrier.
The turmoil in my life continues, but at least I have good news. The past week has been productive as writing, I managed to write an article about the SkyScrapper Technique, suggested by my mentor for my apprenticeship. Even though there was a miscommunication, and I wrote the article about the examples he sent to… Continue reading A Writer is Born.