In the following line, I'm not sure what "writing intentions" means at the end.
"Even if you've written 20 scripts before, perhaps you need help on dialogue, a clearer inciting incident, stronger actions to avoid writing intentions."
"To avoid"? Wow it completely befuddled me there. "Avoid writing intentions"? Isn't "writing" the whole point? How would "avoiding" (it) achieve anything? It defeats the purpose don't you think?
First I thought it may be "Writing(, but) 'intentions'". Alternatively, "Writing-intentions" perhaps?
Yet again it could mean something altogether different, that I've never come across.
Any thoughts on this, be appreciated :)
p.s. Since I've been prompted to reword the above, (and am at a loss,) I'd just re-emphasise "writing intentions". Whatever does it mean here? Or anywhere for that matter?