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Wibbly Wobbly Revise-y Wimey

Hoo boy. Where do I begin?

I have been neglecting this poor, poor blog. There are a few reasons for this, though I can’t claim any of them are good reasons. 370 more words

Writing

The Unexpected Kindness of Strangers

A New Zealand Phenomenon

It’s mid-February, the end of the tourist season, as we’re motoring across the North Land towards our next destination. We’ve been traveling North Land for a little over a week; just a thin strip of land jutting out at the top of New Zealand. 2,007 more words

Story idea.

Something i just made up from the top of my mind.

For she was nervous thats for sure,but deep down she knew it was the right thing to do.She wasn’t going to put up with his hurtful words and aggressive violence.Today was the day it came to an end. 994 more words

Tense and Tension

That first five hours of magic and stunning word count production is a thing of the distant past. The Second Project was rudely interrupted by LIFE, and now I am having a difficult time getting back into it. 475 more words

Writing About Writing

The Red Chair, Clod Ensemble, Nuffield Theatre Lancaster, Feb 2014.

I used to be scathing about storytelling for adults as a genre, perceiving it as all a bit too overstated and ‘hey nonny nonny’ for my taste. 621 more words

Performance

What an Ugly Duckling!

Have you heard the story of the Ugly Duckling? You know, the one where a duckling doesn’t look, or act, like a duckling? The story where the duckling has to go out and find out exactly what he really is, only to discover he’s not a duckling at all? 28 more words

Kids Nook