Friday, 3 December 2010

Henley's Ricotta

At last it's posted, the first 15 pages of Henley's Ricotta. The dialogue is almost sitting comfortably but it needs at least another draft.

At last I have some followers and comments. Hello and welcome to Nari, Judith, Deborah and Daspikster.
I will reply to your comments in due course and follow your blogs too which I will ensure is well publicised within these pages.

I've been reading a lot lately which has left me less time for writing. But it's not all bad, because I reckon I needed to recharge my batteries and what better way for a writer to do that than to stick with the written word and read books.

My current reading is something that I am reading for the third time in my life... Oliver Twist. Not my most favourtie Dickens story... but oh boy, even today his prose simply takes your breath away and takes you back to a bygone era in a way no modern writer could emulate. Social history as written by one who has experienced those times.

Finalising Henley's Ricotta is my next task... and maybe I'll try my hand at sending Fairfax to the Writersroom before Christmas. I also have some new stuff started.

I have been to the last meeting of the Screenwriters group I belong to until next year, which leaves me plenty of time to get something ready for them to critique.
I am lucky to be in such good company in my writers group, many of them involved or employed in the film and television industry.

I just hope there is still room for people like myself  with raw talent.

If you have read this please comment and you are welcome to follow. Always nice to associate with other writers.

Until next time, keep scribbling.