As I mentioned in the last update I’ve been writing a Sitcom script for a university assessment. Whilst something I am brand new to, I have found that it has improved my writing for other projects and helped with writers block. As such I thought I’d take a moment to reflect on why I’ve found it helpful. Continue reading “Why I’ve found writing a script useful:”
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Rick Riordan’s books have been a staple of my reading since secondary school when I was introduced to The Lightning Thief. I have since picked up and read every book he has published in that universe, The Burning Maze being no exception. Continue reading “Rick Riordan’s: The Burning Maze”
Your Lie in April is an experience that leaves you both enchanted and bereft as you explore the colours of binary piano keys and the complex relationships and histories of its characters. Hard hitting and thought provoking from the get go Your Lie in April is well worth the time it takes to watch.
The Transition by Luke Kennard is clever, insightful and a real page turner. Continue reading “The Transition: Luke Kennard”