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Sondra Lowell! Sondra Lowell!
Been hearing a lot about this writer-- Moviebytes bulletin board just did a message about her that's also set to appear in scriptsales.com. She lives next door to a friend of mine and they like her, too--a good gal to know about.
Signed Anonymous not to be confused with Sondra Lowell
Gosh, after reading the above message, I know I want to buy her screenplays or at least option one.
Signed an anonymous executive at a really big studio not to be confused with Sondra Lowell
Yes, I've been hearing buzz about this Great New Fabulous Writer all over Hollywood - for writing scripts - and some amazing messages about query letters and release forms in the screenwriting bulletin boards - definately [sic] a writer on the rise & to know about.
Signed Anonymous not to be confused with the Anonymous who wrote the earlier message on this topic
What a shock to happen upon this forum and see all these glowing tributes to my work.
Now my career is sure to get off the ground.
I am confused by the above.
By the way, what ever happened to Sondra Locke of "Every Which Way But Loose" fame?
Hey John D,
Clearly you haven't been following the Energy Entertainment threads.
Pretty funny, Sondra. I would love to hear from someone who's really benefited from Energy, to be fair. They're trying pretty hard to be noticed and to get as many scripts as they can -- if they get some writer's career jump started, more power to them.
True to the Hollywood legend, there are a lot of self-serving low lifes who may or may not have talent, & we have been the fodder for the blast of P.R., be it negative or what not.
Sondra, you are on the wrong website. Self acclimation for you, or the true identity, for whom some of us don't care, is wasted on the likes of us who struggle and succeed. Our successes are soon noted by our collegues (sp?), and not from ravings high atop ivory towers made of clay.
You, however, may rant and rave to your hearts content. We do not congratulate, admire or even pity such tripe. Upon occasion we may take 2-3 minutes to dismiss your crass self-acknowledgment, full knowing that you are neither talented, nor admirable, nor even a Sondra. We don't really care.
Enough time has been wasted on this poor subject matter. I have more important matters to attend to. The cat litter must be changed, and it is far more important than this exchange.
Thanks for the laugh.
Let me know if this stunt gets your career off the ground. Personally, I'm thinking of taking MY "career" UNDERGROUND. It'll go something like this:
A struggling writer by night lurks beneath the sleeping city streets, claiming hours, months, years, and words as his victims. But one day, he meets his match, the one employer who would hire him at entry level work for the one-thousandth time after his latest corporate layoff. What follows is a zany round of domination, subterfuge and espionage as the writer struggles to live the creative life, with the employer hell-bent upon draining every last erg of the writer's life energy in the pursuit of his own profit.
Ron B. :-)
Mr. Roberts? You must not be a comedy writer...
Sondra, thanks for the retreat from the monotonous criticism these boards can sometimes bring. It was both refreshing and hysterical.
P.S. Keep blowing your own horn.(everyone elses lips in Hollywood are busy)
You are too funny, Sondra!
I have to admit this whole thing is kind of funny. I suppose I could REALLY get things going if I wrote "Congratulations, Sondra, for selling your script to Universal..." Then, I'd get three people who would look it up, see that it isn't true (or at least can't find it) and thus generate at least three more posts to this thread...and then the "Energy"-like ball would be rolling into a very long thread....
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