“Write a story in which you have an Alzheimer’s, and as the story progresses, you lose the ability to communicate.” Waking from my slumber, I wince. I smell oranges. I feel as though my childhood is just around the corner, but of course, it isn’t. We used to lose our footballs in the surrounding gardens, play catch with fruit and create rope-swings. Our cul-de-sac had … Continue reading A Short Story: Alzheimer’s
Lately, I’ve been feeling guilty for not giving my console and games the tender, loving care that I believe they deserve. Probably awakened by the job interview in which GAME have provided me with, I’ve realised that one of my most-favoured ways to pass time has really been on the side-line lately – undeservingly, might I add. Due to the following unforeseen circumstances: meeting Will; … Continue reading Six Indie/Horror RPG’s You Must Know About
Courtesy of Frequency 21, a music publication whom I’ve had the opportunity of writing for over the past few months, here is an example of one of my interviews. See more of my posts here. Having emerged during June of 2015, The Empire Police are an indie-rock band from Preston. The band is made up of Jordao Bassa, 19, on vocals and rhythm guitar, Tom … Continue reading An Interview with The Empire Police
I’ve been emailing back and forth with someone for a while now who has requested that I ghost-write a few stories that meet a specific criteria and somehow mention a particular piece of furniture in them throughout. The reasoning behind this being that my new source of income happens to own a furniture shop and have a passion for words so figured that they could use the stories as a unique selling point. Continue reading “A Few Short Stories: Furniture Project”
Needless to say, writing has taken a backseat in my life for the past two days – this makes me sad, but timekeeping has never been something that I’m good at. This weekend has felt like a rodeo bull and I haven’t known whether I’ve been coming or going for most of it. Work has been long and my hours in the outside world have been Continue reading “Make Your Interests Part of Your Daily Routine”
I’ve spent the past three consecutive hours of my time attempting to complete four weeks’ worth of my Extended Project Qualification (EPQ). View the link if you’re lost as to what an EPQ is; I know that I was before being introduced to one.
I need a long break and I’ve perhaps only just finished ‘Week 2’ of my work schedule. Although I mustn’t be pessimistic really – to complete 2 weeks worth of diary entries, Continue reading “Don’t Be Like So Many Writers”
Courtesy of Talkie Magazine, a film-related online publication whom I’ve recently founded and now edit and write for. Here is an example of one of my film reviews. See more of my posts here. Directed by Marti Noxon, the lady who created a series as amazing as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, I had high hopes for To the Bone. Courtesy of Rotten Tomatoes, the critic consensus of To … Continue reading Film Review of To the Bone