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He sad part is that Nick is on his own without his gang with him. The frustrating part is that he's basically left gone solo and so I have no one to ship him with. The awesome part is he has embraced his Grimm legacy and your story is something I have never considered on this show; the stakes are higher which is really nice.
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The sad part is that Nick is on his own without his gang with him. The frustrating part is that he's basically left gone solo and so I have no one to ship him with. The awesome part is he has embraced his Grimm legacy and your story is something I have never considered on this show; the stakes are higher which is really nice.
   
 
Hmmm based on what WesenZoo is saying, I think you should talk to the writers about getting a job there after you finish your final year as a trainee writer, just to see how the process works. Then you can start to take part in the writing, and do work for them where you exercise your own creativity. I reckon it won't hurt for you to reach out to them and explain what you want to do in the future, and to ask for guidance at first. Don't ask them for a job straightaway; just demonstrate your enthusiasm for the writer's role and ask them what you can do to progress in such a career. It's worth a shot.
 
Hmmm based on what WesenZoo is saying, I think you should talk to the writers about getting a job there after you finish your final year as a trainee writer, just to see how the process works. Then you can start to take part in the writing, and do work for them where you exercise your own creativity. I reckon it won't hurt for you to reach out to them and explain what you want to do in the future, and to ask for guidance at first. Don't ask them for a job straightaway; just demonstrate your enthusiasm for the writer's role and ask them what you can do to progress in such a career. It's worth a shot.

Latest revision as of 20:56, February 27, 2016

The sad part is that Nick is on his own without his gang with him. The frustrating part is that he's basically left gone solo and so I have no one to ship him with. The awesome part is he has embraced his Grimm legacy and your story is something I have never considered on this show; the stakes are higher which is really nice.

Hmmm based on what WesenZoo is saying, I think you should talk to the writers about getting a job there after you finish your final year as a trainee writer, just to see how the process works. Then you can start to take part in the writing, and do work for them where you exercise your own creativity. I reckon it won't hurt for you to reach out to them and explain what you want to do in the future, and to ask for guidance at first. Don't ask them for a job straightaway; just demonstrate your enthusiasm for the writer's role and ask them what you can do to progress in such a career. It's worth a shot.

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