Everything the writer sees, everything he or she hears, their every surrounding force them into a fictional, magical and dangerous world that so often become real to them - translation....”frequently lost in their illusive imagination”.
Then there are those few infrequent writers that society love and respect so dearly but immensely fear at the same time.
Isn’t it ironic how a writer, who is frequently considered a closed book, can communicate to those very ones who share that very same opinion, with the power of their written word, leaving the writer in his arrogant position of smugly commenting to himself once again “I always forget about the effect I have on people.” And it’s these infrequent writers, with that kind of power in play, who often take their work a little too seriously.
And when that happens, a dear hero or heroine can become not only a danger to themselves, but also to the ones closest to them.
Anne Lombard, a screenwriter of various international materials, member of The SA Academy of Drama, completed 18 years of training in drama and acting with the academy, received her Licentiate in Technique of Drama and Acting and completed formal training in Musical Theatre with Virtuoso Performing Arts, Unisa, and Trinity International University.