Dear Journal, Well, it's day two of my scriptwriting module and already my head is swimming! There’s so much to learn; terminology, formatting and the complicated dance that is relying on actors to convey the story you’ve put your heart and soul into and then there’s the idea that if it’s not conveyed right that … Continue reading Scriptwriting module: The first days journal entry
I’ve just done and submitted my assignment five for my second module with the OCA. I just have to wait for feedback, write an extended commentary and then upload ready for assessment in November and that’s module two done. I’ll wait till my results on the 14th of August before I apply for my third … Continue reading OCA: Uni – Module two complete
• Chapter one: Clara suspect that she has chronic fatigue syndrome along with her cerebral palsy and begins to blog about it where she meets Anastasia who offers her advice and guidance and an online friendship blossoms • Chapter two: Anistasia’s parents are offered jobs in England near to where Clara lives - Anistasia is … Continue reading Writing: Outline of my YA debut with the OCA
Just a quick line to say that I’ve won a Mslexia writing competition and a copy of #Joansmokes by Angela Meyers. Really really pleased! Despite a bad chest, today has been a relatively positive day!
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Here's some sound advice for you, this afternoon. My advice? I like to work on character descriptions when I have a rough storyline and then do character collages of what they look like, hobbies, where they live and quotes that suit their personality. I then design my book cover and then I begin to write. … Continue reading Wise Words for you: Writers edition
So yesterday's task was to write a poem reflecting grief and loss. So, here's mine: As a toss the lilies on the earth And say goodbye to you, I think what what life is worth without you. The world seems silent without your laugh, the stars dimmer. A part of me went with you, My … Continue reading Writing: A Poem Reflecting Grief.