Tag Archives: William Goldman

Die, My Darling

There was a man I knew. I’ll call him Tom. Oh, he was a sweetheart, truly the nicest man you could meet. Granted, he had questionable taste in music, and an endless repertoire of bad jokes. His wardrobe tended to … Continue reading

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As You Wish: 5 Writing Lessons from The Princess Bride

You can learn a lot from your favourite books and movies. Here are five lessons I picked up from my favourite film of all time, The Princess Bride, written by the incredible William Goldman. (Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, … Continue reading

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