Re: Your Modus Operandi
When I start writing, I read something for inspiration. A novel, perhaps. Two to three chapters, I go through.
Then, I go to a spiral notebook and write four to five pages. A scene or two.
Next, I type the scene, making it a race. The first draft, which is in longhand script, must finish the race before the typed version.
Finally, a polish (some editing and rewriting) of the typed version.
"A screenwriter is much like being a fire hydrant with a bunch of dogs lined up around it.” -Frank Miller
"A real writer doesn't just want to write; a real writer has to write." -Alan Moore