I write Prose, poetry, plays and scripts, I write and draw for comics when I'm asked but I prefer reading them. I write so much I think my fingers have a life of their own...they probably do. Probably.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Yes. I was in year 5. It was a complete rip off of The 1970′s ‘Giant Japanese Robot’ genre, an inspired piece of awesome called STARVENGERS. I basically retold the whole story but in the most inconsistent, stodgy way ever. I’m surprised my teacher could mark it at all because my hand writing was worse than my story. On the upside the second story i wrote (by my count) about 4 years later while in secondary school, about a Russian sailor lost at sea traveling round the world to get back to the family he was separated from, was way more epic and more importantly- original. It was the first time i had enjoyed my homework. And my handwriting was actually pretty neat. Thanks mum for pushing me to do my homework lol.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
The Bible by God-Because it’s life changing.The Teleportation Accident by Ned Beauman- because its bold, cocky and hilarious and shows off at every turn with calligraphy-like syntax. Harry Potter and The prisoner of Azkaban series by J K Rowling- Because I see bits of Professor Lupin and Sirius in myself and that’s something myself and Harry admire.
Artemis Fowl and The Time Paradox by Eoin Colfer- Because I love time travel story lines, and Artemis gets his suit ruffed up.
Percy Jackson and the Lightening thief by Rick Riordan because i love mythology, they were the epic stories that entertained fiction buffs before Batman and Superman.
Published: June 28, 2013.
Ever known someone you were extremely best friends with before they got famous? Obed does. His best friend happens to be a peculiar village boy from Nazereth who talks funny , has scruffy hair and has a habit of hugging people...
Published: November 27, 2012.
(5.00 from 4 reviews)
Live each day as if it were you're last never had more meaning than on the 11th day before he expired. He had 10 days to live and only God knew how he was going to spend them. Reuben personally didn't have a clue, he was too busy dying inside, wondering how this had happened to him...
A fantastic short poetry book, that is very easy to read but with deep and moving themes in each.
The rhyming is fun and her clear writing style is complemented by her themes. That is to say, you won't get bludgeoned to death by an empotional hammer, or force fed rhymes and literary devices, she is much more skilled and suttle than that, which is part of her art. Of all the poems,none resonated more with me than "Little boy" a poem i'll be re-reading and re-reading for a while yet. Never before has melencholy been dressed in such fine clothes.