Tuesday 15 August 2017 I’ve been busy writing screenplays for an idea I had for a TV series, and I came to a particular scene that I thought I needed in episode four, and I found that I couldn’t write … Continue reading
Tagged Amber, barrister, Café Conversations 1, Catherine, conversations, death, Deputy Head, Emma, episode, grief, grieving, Perrie, QC, screenplay, script, short story, stalking, suicide, Twisted Fiction
Sunday 30 July 2017 I’m rather interested in a concept that’s getting a bit of publicity at the moment because the likes of Emma Watson and a number of other high-profile personalities are mentioning. It’s called the Impostor Effect or … Continue reading
Tagged Armchair Philosophy, impostor effect, impostor experience, impostor syndrome, non-fiction, Pauline R. Clance, perfectionist, pilot, rugged individualist, screenwriting competition, script, scriptwriting, Suzanne A. Imes, Valerie Young, You're Not Who You Say You Are?
Saturday 14 – Sunday 15 January 2017 Aaaaahhhh, my new writing endeavour. My foray back into the world of scriptwriting. My current storytelling obsession. My . . . bloody, buggery, bollocksy, pain in the arse, giving me curry thing. Don’t … Continue reading
Tagged Armchair Philosophy, audience, challenge, Challenging Chapter, Drama words, Happy Valley, Last Tango in Halifax, non-fiction, problem, Sally Wainwright, Sarah Lancashire, script, scripting, scriptwriting, writing
Sunday 31 August 2014 And so it has begun: the reign of the twelfth Doctor. Scottish actor, Peter Capaldi, has stepped into the coveted role of the legendary Time Lord, the Doctor. At the time of writing this post, two … Continue reading