Well, I gave up on the freaky fable story, I missed the deadline. Well I would have if I had carried on. I started with Goldilocks being a warrior princess who kills three members of a bear cult. Then I scrapped it because it was tosh and not what they were looking for in the first place. The idea is to take a story and write it in such a way that it reads like a horror story, and not change an existing folktale into a horror story. My own fault, I should have read the guidelines properly in the first place.
I didn’t like the story anyway.
Whatever, it’s history, let’s move on Gingerboy, as they say in Angola.
On my manuscript I have to admit to being very lazy recently, I’ve hardly achieved anything.
In my defence, I have been writing lyrics; that’s translating German lyrics to English and scribbling down my own. I’ve a couple of good guitar riffs that I want to write some lines for as well but that will have to wait I’m afraid.
I entered a competition a couple of weeks ago; I can’t believe I haven’t told you. Anyway, it’s had a nice reaction from the other contestants, (some not so unbiased, thanks Rich from www.StrugglingAuthors.com ) which doesn’t mean it will win, but it was good for my flagging ego.
The competition itself is run by www.linkedin.com and the link to the page Competition itself is:
But I’m not sure if you have to be a member to read it.
Click on the link and you’ll find out soon enough ;-)
Yeah, and that’s it for now.
Right, back to the lyrics then.