She wants to know about his frequent "business" meetings and why the flight he claimed to be travelling on doesn't exist. Chapter 3: Gail waits up late for Steve, feeling bored and resentful.
She watches TV, takes a bath, reads listlessly, then begins searching through Steve's dresser and later his computer files.
This can save a lot of time during the writing process; whenever you get stuck, you can always refer to the blueprint to see where you are and where you want to go.
Today we are sharing a fun little exercise aimed at helping give a little perspective to those in the throes of college application essay writing.
If you happen to be working on a novel, it's good to know the key events before you even start to write.
In a screenplay, being aware of the direction of each scene is even more important as the medium tends to be more limited (especially in length).
You still have control over the topic of the essay, but why reinvent the wheel if the most successful essay format already exists?
Before you ever write an essay, really think about the question. Make sure you answer the question fully by the end of the essay and have done so in a grammatically correct, structurally sound, and entertaining manner.
At the bar, she thinks back to the first time she suspected Steve was cheating on her. Chapter 10: Gail is hyper-aware during her time at the stranger's house.
She was cleaning the bedroom when she found a blue sock under the bed. Chapter 9: Gail At the bar, she meets a man who seems interested in her. She looks at her surroundings, trying to guess what he is like. She undresses deliberately, is conscious of everything she does.