A taxi, an old enemy and Valentine's Day. What could possibly go wrong?
Delia has a date at one of London's most romantic restaurants. but when an old ex turns up out of the blue, she will have to decide whether Paul or Benjamin is going to be her valentine date.
Disappearance is a short story set in Liverpool. Patsy must cope when one of her friends, Russell leaves abruptly. Her unrequited feelings are questioned by her flatmate, Henry. But when she receives a mysterious call from Russell, will she agree to meet him?
Against Time is a short story set in the 19th century England. On the eve of battle, Miranda must assist her brother, Michael, in any way she can to protect the prince from harm. But her gender and age comes into question from Michael's second in command. Will she be able to show her worth and prove she is capable?
Well, my mental health has taken a turn for the worse but writing and listening to music has always helped me get through each day. So that's what I'm doing. Taking one day at a time.
Here are two streams of consciousness. They have not been edited apart from basic spelling and grammar. They are raw drafts written within five minutes.
The title of this blog is a lyric from the song Not Right Now by Jason Gray and you can listen to it here. This song has helped me so much over the past year so I would strongly recommend anyone who might be struggling or feeling down to listen to it.
Shall we crack on?
Well what a couple of weeks I've had!
This is a selection of a stream of consciousness. I used the app Squibler for this and would recommend it if you want to write something new.
Remember that theses are raw drafts, they have not been edited and have been written within five minutes.
The title of this blog is a lyric from the song Say My Name from Beetlejuice the musical and you can listen to it here.
Not fell off the face of the earth (again) so here is something I submitted for one of my university assessments.
Well being in the dark throes of depression really doesn't sit well with me so instead of trying to force some writing, here is a piece I wrote last year.
There is no title but I suppose the title of this blog would be an alright substitute.
Synopsis: A young woman finds a box in the back of her Mother’s wardrobe and discovers a life she never thought she would embark on. After leaving the factory ridden city of London, Henrietta ascends into the skies with one goal in mind, to pick up where her parents left off. After meeting three fellow pirates, the time for battle has begun, with one unlikely ally.
If you read my previous blog you will see I have included the creative pieces from that, plus something special.
Please remember that these are raw drafts, they haven't been drafted or edited bar one piece.
And the title of this blog is a lyric from the song I'll Be There by Hollywood Undead.
Well, I did promise you all some creative writing. Not sure how long this will be, but let's just roll with it.
I did manage to clear my head this afternoon, even though there was a slight issue, but never mind that. I'll save it for tomorrows blog!
The title of this blog is a quote from the BBC show Sherlock and the full quote is as follows,
Every fairy tale needs a good old-fashioned villain. You need me or you’re nothing—because we’re just alike, you and I. Except you’re boring. You’re on the side of the angels. — Moriarty, BBC Sherlock, The Reichenbach Fall.
Remember that this is a raw draft, it has not been edited apart from spelling and grammar mistakes.
Shall we crack on?