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Teach Me How To Write’s purpose is to spread the love of writing to everyone no matter their age or experience. We are all crafted unique and every voice matters, including yours. We explore what it means to become an adult and find our identity. This is a home of limitless thoughts and collaborative learning. Let’s reach for the stars together.

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“Only You” – Monologue

SYNOPSIS: Jackson is speaking to Clara, a patient at the same hospital that is unconscious and the doctors have very little hope in her waking up. JACKSON: People always start eulogies like “I remember when we first met,” or “It felt like it was yesterday.” They say it isn’t a big deal. They think back … Continue reading “Only You” – Monologue

Talking to Myself

My biggest habit is talking to myself. I do more than I even realize. It takes people to stare at me in public like I’m crazy to make me realize that I’m talking to myself. At first glance, it’s a bad habit, but it’s when I’m talking to myself that I learn the most about … Continue reading Talking to Myself

“Not A Date” – Scene

Synopsis: Christoph meets Veronica when he goes on a family trip. They happen to be staying in nearby hotel rooms. Late at night, they go outside and hang out looking up at the stars.  VERONICA: What are we doing? CRISTOPH: Looking at the stars. I thought that was obvious.  VERONICA: No, we barely know each … Continue reading “Not A Date” – Scene