Exercise 1.3 The following story was written in 15 minutes in response to a prompt in my module syllabus, I was in allowed to stop writing until the time was up or edit; this is called free writing and I found was very cathartic even though I know some bits may be repetitive. I remember … Continue reading Scriptwriting Module Day 2: Free Writing Caravan Prompt
Dear Journal, Well, it's day two of my scriptwriting module and already my head is swimming! There’s so much to learn; terminology, formatting and the complicated dance that is relying on actors to convey the story you’ve put your heart and soul into and then there’s the idea that if it’s not conveyed right that … Continue reading Scriptwriting module: The first days journal entry
Physical disability or invisible disability; if you fit the criteria I would highly suggest you apply for a radar key which is free as long as you provide proof of your disability and this will allow you to access any disabled toilet within the UK. Similarly, if you have bowel or bladder issues you can … Continue reading Disability tips and tricks: What you need to know.
Hi guys, So as you know I’ve bed. Struggling with my pelvis and hips these past couple of weeks and it’s no better. I spoke to the GP this morning and she’s referring me back to the muscular skeletal clinic where they can assess me and decide what investigations need to be done. I will … Continue reading Me and My Disability: Pelvic Flare update 30.11.2020
N Here's a bit of sweater weather inspiration. I hope you like it! If you want to know where to purchase any of these outfits go to http://www.ShopLook.com/authorrachelm Enjoy the autumnal delights before Jack Frost makes an appearance. I know we're limited in places we can go why not try some of these? Make a … Continue reading Fashion: Sweater Weather inspiration and things to do to while away the autumn days
So guys, as you know I’ve been struggling with my latest flare up and that we are on day eight. This is unusual because my flareups only last 3 to 4 days. I’ve tried everything from diazepam to oramporph, hot water bottles and even physio and yet know relief. So I bit the bullet and … Continue reading Me and my disability: Pelvic flare up day eight
Genre: New adult thriller Plot: I trust my sister Carrie with my daughter’s life. But then she’s accused of a terrible crime. Carrie lives under our roof, she pushes my daughter on the swings, she takes her out for ice cream. You might ask, why do I let her? Why would I risk my darling … Continue reading Book Review: The girl she wanted by K. L. Slater