Hi, I've been MIA for the last few months but now I'm baa-aack. When last I was here I think my play was about to go into production. It went on and by all accounts it was well received. We got great reviews and by the end of the season were were getting sell out crowds. I did a post production version of the script which I am now marketing to other theatre companies - no luck yet but I have several reading it and one keen to open with it next year. My script was assessed as part of the recent National Playwright Festival and got the thumbs up - as did other ideas I have for future work. My best mate and I are working on a TV episodic script of the play which, thus far, I'm really happy with. We're doing this together. For various reasons I would love nothing more than be able to write for a living. I can't do that writing plays - which is my passion. If I can get another theatre company to do a production of my script - that would really help establish me as a writer - but that is easier said than done. Most of the companies you approach don't even bother to reply so staying hopeful and positive is a real issue. So - I'm thinking that my next project (along with the TV pilot) should be a book or something with the possibility of more 'life'. The thing is I have heaps of ideas - ideas aren't the problem - it's deciding on one particular idea and making a start. My natural inclination is to write another play but I just don't feel there is a real future in it in terms of where I want to position myself - which is writing for a living. It's ambitious, sure - but I like to think big. My efforts over the last few months has been promoting the script - although I intend to continue with this I do feel I need to move on to a new solo project. Any advice on how to embrace this would be greatly received.