Post by dalekbuster523finish on May 8, 2017 9:28:23 GMT
I'm about to start writing a book. Hoping to get it published (hopefully not self-published) alongside hopefully starting a masters course in screenwriting to further my writing knowledge.
I have autism and sometimes that can affect the way I post come across. No offense EVER intended.
Story Averages: First Doctor - 7.6, Second Doctor - 7.6, Third Doctor - 9.1, Fourth Doctor - 8.7, Fifth Doctor - 8.7, Sixth Doctor - 7.8, Seventh Doctor - 7.6, Eighth Doctor - 8, War Doctor - 9.8, Ninth Doctor - 7.05, Tenth Doctor - 8, Eleventh Doctor - 7.8, Twelfth Doctor - 8.6
I did help co-write an original play for a Youth theatre group i was a member of when i was younger.
What was it?
I Cant Remember the title, but it was about what really happens behind closed doors. Scenes with different groups like Homeless, an upper crust family, a council estate family and an old peoples home and where some of these groups interact
I'm a Doctor, but probably not the one you were expecting
This Sunday, my one act dystopia play Cull is premiering at a special triple bill at the Oast Theatre in Tonbridge. It depicts a future where resources are at critical and our government must consider a 'terminal option'.
All goes well, there may be follow-up productions on the festival circuit.
(Funny thing about this: I had sent this off two years earlier, and they just got back to me in March. Stranger things indeed... but I'm not complaining!)
Four friends, too young to be Generation X, too old to be Millennials share much; their place of work, their crap pay, and their costly and meaningless university educations. They also share something else. They are all unashamed geeks. Their love of science fiction and fantasy is the only thing that keeps them sane while they killing time while working behind the counter at “EDGE”, the dullest shop this side of Gallifrey. They each had dreams once, lost in time like Sauron’s ring or Luke’s lightsabre down an air vent on Bespin. A tale about life, love, shopping and the pursuit of mint-in-box, merchandise, “Geek Myths” more cynical than “Clerks” and more realistic than “Empire Records” A very British slice of life.