Jeff Atwood has an interesting piece on writing:
“If you can demonstrate a willingness to write, and a desire to keep continually improving your writing, you will eventually be successful.”
And it’s true.
“Inspiration is a word used by people who aren’t really doing anything. I go into my office every day that I’m in Brighton and work. Whether I feel like it or not is irrelevant.”
– Nick Cave
So as well as the longer pieces here, I also like to set challenges, however silly or small, such as writing a series of shorts on Amazing Noses. Not sure where they’ll go, or what’ll they’ll say, but having a topic and trying to write about it, regularly, creates creativity. Back in school if you got a detention and had to stay behind they would have you write for an hour on something like the inside of a ping pong ball. I found that great, and the hour flew by.
So here are a few written pieces, up here for better or worse.
Read this first! Done? Sweet, you rock, thank you.
EastEnders RPG – v short
The Birthday Hit – comic script
Destroyer of Worlds – comic script
Single page – short
Rewind – short
Anything to declare? – short
A Review of Battersea Police Station – short
All characters appearing in these works are completely fictitious. Any resemblance to real people, living or dead, is purely coincidental. Really.