Words: A Novel

Grandpa's dead but his words aren't. Long live grandpa.

In a world where words mean nothing, the Temples of Words honor the Literates by entombing them in the catacombs below, where they continue to write their posthumous works from the confines of their coffins.
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  • Category: Fiction » Literature » Literary
  • This book is a work in progress
  • Words: 900
  • Language: English
This book participated in the 2010 National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo).

Stats, as of November 8, 2010:
905 words completed (goal: 50000)
Average words/day: 905

About Quenntis Ashby

1976. Born in South Africa.
1996. BA degree (Drama and English) (UKZN). Scriptwriter. Actor. Director. Dancer.
1997. South African First National Choreography Competition finalist
2000. BMUS degree (Classical Ballet and Dance Musicology) (UCT School of Dance). Dancer. Choreographer. Composer.

Flatfoot Dance Company (Durban, 1996).
Cape Town City Ballet (Cape Town, 1997-2002).
Cape Dance Company (Cape Town, 1998-2003).
CATS: Musical World Tour (Korea and China, 2003).
Taichung Improv (Taiwan, 2010-2014).
MAD Theater Company (Taiwan, 2014-2015).

2014. MFA in Creative Writing (Poetry) (City University of Hong Kong).
2013-2016. Rainbow Time monthly magazine (Taiwan). Staff Writer. Storyteller. Recording Artist.
2013. 2015. 2018. English Drama Projects (Changhua). Playwright. Director. Performer.

2003-Now. Teacher. Teacher Trainer. Poet. Editor. Writer. Performer. Storyteller. Consultant.

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