Postings with tag: humourous
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January 14, 2015
Hilarious, thought-provoking and entirely re-readable, it's the book every tween, teen and mentally-14 grownup must read! If you're looking for a book that will take your mind off your problems, you're on the right page. Nina will not only get you to see the humour in your chaos, she will…
January 26, 2013
Alison hasn’t had any luck with love, seeing other people around her make it look so easy she settles for a normal life positively begrudgingly. Her luck changes when her best friend leaves her for pastures new, and she finds herself in a movie romance.
Set in the world of Pokemon, this world is entirely populated by Pokemon who live out their everyday lives like humans. Meet Riolu, he is eleven years old and he and his other three friends would like to form a battling team, to compete in the in a competitive sport…
Like i said, i wanted to base mOst Of the things i write On my Own experiences. SO heres the first try lOl. These actually happened, just tO let yOu knOw :)
In Post-Apartheid South Africa, it's time to talk. It's time to learn, it's time to become a democracy. That's easier said than done, so this script opens up the avenues for conversation on a difficult topic: How different are different races? How similar are they? What wrong ideas do we…
So my name is Skye Blue and I chase storms in a bus. It’s okay. You can laugh. I think if we’re going to identify with each other, you need to get over the obvious ironies of my name. And my life. To be honest I’m not really over these…
I am submitting an extract from a short play I wrote for High School Girls in South Africa. This particular play is one of the 4 different short plays I have written and am trying to market. Race on Race is a typically South African play and is entrenched satirically…
This is a work in progress. Engage yourself in the trials and tribulations of Jane Mahon, a highly introspective and analytical woman. While it can be beneficial to be attentive, sometimes details can be the end of her. Written in first person, with a humorous, and boldly realistic perspective, Paper…
October 10, 2007
The classic tale of a little girl and the danger of talking to strangers. Not to mention letting kids play with sharp implements!