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My Life Unscripted Who's Writing Your Life?

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ISBN-10: 1400310520

ISBN-13: 9781400310524

Edition: 2007

Authors: Tricia Goyer

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Using the metaphor of screenwriting, My Life, Unscripted explores relationships in every teenage girl's life-with herself, her friends and enemies, her parents, guys, and with God. #xD; Real-life scripts, screenwriting terms, and timely topics, make this an interesting read for teen girls as they delve into their own inner struggles and outward relationships. They'll also learn the importance of "scripting" their own responses BEFORE challenging life-situations arise and are able to think about, pray about, and consider how to face these situations before the scene begins. By contrasting real-life with TV or movies, teens will understand they don't have to get caught up in the drama.
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Book details

List price: $12.99
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Incorporated
Publication date: 9/11/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.594
Language: English

Lights, Camera...Action!
Not TV Land (the real deal)
Dialogue (the way you talk to yourself)
Character Sketches (all about you)
On Location (here or there?)
Hero's Journey (popularity: getting it, keeping it-for real)
Decision (preparing for peer pressure)
Inner Conflict (insecurity is something we can battle)
Wardrobe (dressing up)
Blockbuster Buddies (everyone deserves a supporting cast)
The Hottie (need someone to play the boyfriend role?)
Admission (what does beauty cost?)
Villains (the people you love to hate)
The Critic (the harshest judge)
The Mentor (wisdom when you need it most)
Fantasy (truly out of this world)
The Action and Adventure Movie (search for the treasure)
The Family Film (wholesome entertainment...or not!)
The Worst Horror Movie Ever (facing your fears)
Character Arc (a new and different person)
Climax (moment of change)
Let the Credits Roll
Discussion Questions
Giving Your Life to Jesus
About the Author