York based theatre company Wildgoose Theatre, in conjunction with Script Yorkshire, put out a call for scripts for their ‘3 or 4 for 1 or 2’ strand of performances.
In October 2017 I was lucky enough to have a play I wrote with Anna Rose James performed by York Settlement Community Players.
I was honoured to have a short play I wrote featured at Script Yorkshire’s David Nobbs Tribute Evening in Leeds.
Every year, Script Yorkshire hold a scriptwriting competition called Script Factor. It’s open to anyone, usually has a theme and this year I heard about a last minute cancellation and snuck onto the bill of the York event.
The set up was right. NaNoWriMo 2014 was upcoming, and I had no intention of writing another novel. It Looks Like You’re Writing a Letter, my first NaNo story, had been very well received, and pretty much anyone who wanted a copy had one, but I told myself I wouldn’t write another book unless I… Read More I’ve written another novel – and you’ll never read it
I thought I would share this short story with you. It’s an adult fable, in which a fox, a rabbit and a cricket discuss ethics and what it means to be happy. With swearing.
Because the last one was a success (11 5-star Amazon reviews at the time of writing, cough), I decided to undertake NaNoWriMo again this year.
Yes, as I previously said, I have managed that which so many dream of – I have written a full-length novel called “It Looks Like You’re Writing a Letter”.
You may be familiar with NaNoWriMo — National Novel Writing Month, in which normal humans across the globe commit to writing a 50,000 word novel during the month of November. This year — it’s happening.