Hour long conversation with the producers went incredible. They’re not done reading it (everyone is between 60-80 pages) but they all love it so far. And I mean LOVE IT! Come Monday or Tuesday at the latest they are going to get whatever notes they may or may not have to me so I can work on a final draft that will go out to line producers, my favorite cinematographer, investors, and most important talent. From there on we start building the production budget, schedule, and breakdown as well as attaching talent. After that it’s pure madness.
I've never felt more genuinely upset over an argument in my entire life, but my dad tried to tell me that people who write paperback books are better writers than those who write fanfiction. He has never once read a piece of fanfiction, and yet he's insisting that I don't know what I'm talking about when I say I enjoy fanfiction more than "real books" and many times find it written and worded much better. I just needed someone to rant to because I figured you guys might understand my frustration