Writing is hard work; especially if you don’t even open a note pad outside of lectures and assignments as I have found in recent months. Is it possible to love and hate writing? Continue reading “The Ugly Truth about Writing”
Sorry for the lack of posting over the bank holiday weekend; I’ve been struck down by a particularly nasty virus (and I have an interview tomorrow morning, sigh) so I have been resting up with my favourite salted caramel hot chocolate and checking out Netflix’s adaptation of The Mist. Options Indulgence is the way forward… honest! For now I am going to go catch up on much needed sleep but I’ll be back tomorrow evening to discuss with a double posting: ‘How to Make More Time for Writing’ AND ‘Why You Need to to Watch The Incredible Jessica James’. Whew, I’m exhausted just thinking about it… Good night and happy posting!
Sigh, I’m afraid it has been one those days guys. It’s hard work keeping yourself motivated when rejection after rejection just keep coming in so I thought I would write a post today about handling it like a pro!
Nostalgic for Notting Hill Carnival!
I’ve been fangirling over Jennifer Lawrence since Winter’s Bone (2010) so with the imminent arrival of Mother! (2017) I figured that now would be a good time, after hiding under a rock for the last year, to finally get around to watching Passengers (2016) for the first time last night. I was not impressed.
As it’s National Lazy Day I decided to have a break from writing and post some pictures instead but I will be back in full form tomorrow to discuss How to Structure Your Screenplay (Jargon free)!
Wasn’t life so much simpler back in our childhood days? I recall a time when my biggest concern was selecting a book to read on rainy days in the classroom.
Everyone has been there; be it a crush, a friendship or that dream job you have been lusting after we have all experienced it in some form or other. Why then does the sting never get any easier?
“I’m not afraid of hard work. I’m afraid of hard work that doesn’t pay.”
Be brave enough to admit defeat if it isn’t working out. After all ‘when one door closes another opens’ so said Alexander Graham Bell… and he went on to invent the first telephone so I would like to think he knew a little something about opportunity.
While I am seeking a job I have been utilising my free time effectively by working on some of my own personal projects such as building up this blog (and hopefully some followers) and I have just started a new screenplay loosely based on a true story.