The (Not Very) Triumphant Return of Me!

31 12 2011

Hello! I’m back! YAY!

First things first, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Here is my Christmas present to the small amount of people who actually read my blog:

It’s a drawing! ūüėé

Here are two YouTube videos that I put on my channel, one being a montage of stuff done to some ALL CAPS music, and the other a really old video taken at a wedding. Another one is coming soon, but I’m editing it at the moment, and I need my friends to say some extra¬†dialogue that I forgot to record. Oh well:

N√ļmero uno,

Y n√ļmero dos:

In NaNoWriMo news, I failed. I was going to write 10,000 words but after realising that was impossible with my procrastination skills, I changed it to 5,000. And then I couldn’t be bothered and only wrote wrote¬†3,338, 2 chapters and a¬†¬Ĺ. Maybe I’ll have better luck with Script Frenzy.

And now for another attempt to get some more belated Christmas spirit, here is a song done by Michael Aranda who is awesome:

What Child Is This? by Michael Aranda

Happy New Year everybody! See you in 2012!





Back Home

23 08 2011

Here I am, back home again. For the rest of my holiday in Turkey, I went to the beach and went snorkelling. I saw lots of fish, massive shoals of them, and some big red fish too. It’s nice seeing fish without a glass barrier between you and them.

We went to a museum and saw a lot of¬†Roman¬†statues. The titles were very original (Featuring¬†Portrait of a Man,¬†Portrait of a Man,¬†Portrait of a Man, and newly-discovered¬†Portrait of a Man!). There was an old¬†amphitheatre which we visted as as well, which was lucky, as in Run., there’s a bit where Catherine has to fight zombies inside an ¬†amphitheatre. (Talking of¬†Run., I made a new blog for my writing. You can look at it¬†here.)

Guess what happened on our last day there, though. Our hotel was right next to some fields and on the last day, we woke up to find them in flames. Ash was swirling in the air and flames were coming out of the trees, and some fire engines which were minuscule trying to put the flames out. They did eventually, and we enjoyed the last day there.

I also tried some Turkish Delight, which was really nice, I’d¬†recommend¬†it if you haven’t had any before.

I did promise a photopeach, didn’t I? Oh, and I did say I’ll blog about the last day of Bournemouth.¬†I’ll do it later.





100 Word Challenge: The Gargantuan Tarantula

9 05 2011

Hi there!

Recently, I’ve entered this competition called the 100 Word Challenge – link here – and here is my entry for 100WC Week #9.

The¬†colossal¬†mechanical arachnid scuttled across the city, annihilating everything in it’s path. People screamed as debris was scattered everywhere.

Meanwhile, far away, the evil scientist – Professor Spyder – cackled evilly as his creation pulverized the city. He turned back to the screen.

Many green tanks were approaching the metallic monster, as well as a couple of helicopters. Compact shells were fired at the enormous beast, exploding on impact. Balls of fire surrounded the tarantula.

BOOM!

The gigantic tarantula exploded into thousands of pieces. Gnarled metal fell to the road. The army celebrated, whilst the professor cried in despair.

I hope you enjoyed that. Bye!

This is what I had to base this story on.





The Sword, the Shield and the Dwarf

3 04 2011

Recently, I wrote a story about a dwarf who goes on a quest called Slibildee, and I put it on the internet. There are a lot of spelling and grammar mistakes, but never mind.

The Sword, the Shield and the Dwarf