- Rewriting What We Bring Home – a short story that I have failed to sell 5-6 times over 5-6 months.
- Flash fiction – I write these on lunch breaks, I aim for a 250 word limit. Apparently 500 is more sellable, so I might have to hit that on the head.
- Sell WWBH. 6 cents a word.
- More shorts
- Sell that flash fiction
- Doom.com – write a second episode of that pilot that BBC Writer’s Room still haven’t got back to me about.
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I work in retail. I game. I procrastinate on the internet.
I need to eliminate two of those things, and I’ll probably have to reduce the other.
I’ve fallen upon writing as something I can do, possibly well, and hopefully for remuneration.
I went to university and got a degree in Film & Television Production. As an awkward man who obssessively recounts every social faux pas in his life, I can say with utter conviction that this is my biggest regret. A degree on a compromised and mismanaged course from a shit-tier establishment is no replacement for a bloody minded pursuit of an apprenticeship with your uncle’s mate who shoots DSLR for Angling Today.
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