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We never, ever thought that it would take more than two years to get around to completing the script for Mary Magdalene, and although technically it's not complete, we did achieve the first goal - a first completed draft!

Going into this, we thought for sure that we could get it done within a 3 month window. Well, if this was our full-time effort, I'm sure that would have been true. But so many other unavoidable, unplanned and unwanted delays kept getting in our way. Weeks turn into months, and months turn into years. But we are finally here. And our main focus now it to clean the script up and get it to a point where it's marketable to the talent that we are looking to bring on board as the voices that will bring the characters to life.

This time, we are not letting our pedal off the metal and we are excited more than ever to see this through to completion.


Well, last night's meeting was rather brief - but at the same time, very exciting. After some final tweaks to the verbiage and clarification of the storyline, we have reached the end of the Narrative phase. In essence, the storyline is complete! We now head into the script writing phase.

We were hoping to get some money in this week that could be used for character development and some other work, however it seems as though that's being delayed. So, in an effort to keep things moving along without funds in the door, Sam and I are going to be writing the initial script and when it's done, we will hand it off to a professional for final clean-up. One can only hope that this phase will go as smoothly as the first. It's still unbelievable how much progress we are making up to this point. It's pretty awesome! Now, can't wait to get the illustrations going. We're probably going to have to find a way to get those done sooner rather than later - it's going to be imperative.

Hopefully by this time next week we will have made some advancements in the script. So stay 'tooned'!

I can't believe it, but in just 6 sessions, we have completed the narrative for the story. Well, I actually had the first draft done before the 6th session, but it was just open for discussion and clearly not done. But after this session (and before the next), I can say that the narrative sessions are wrapping and the script writing sessions are about to begin.

As I mentioned last time, we are looking to get some illustrations done in the coming weeks. It's one thing to be dreaming this up in your head - where it's virtually vivid. But the real magic happens when you can actually see the visions in front of you - for real!

Going to keep this post short. We have another session coming up in a few days, and I want to come away with this session in agreement that the narrative is done so we can focus on the next phases. Always good to see progress being made regardless.

Thanks again for your support!

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