A new project is in the works. Since I was little, I’ve been obsessed with telling stories. Inventing a whole new world in my head; birthing character after character; letting my imagination take the wheel: I’m a sucker for adventure, and I’ve never been one to take the easy path. That’s why, over [...]
When I was a little girl, I loved stories. I mean, who didn’t? My childhood heroes were the figments of another person’s imagination; my most valuable lessons in life came from the wonderful world of fiction. Whether I was watching a Disney movie or reading Harry Potter with my mother, there was always an opportunity [...]
Today, as planned, I met up with my supervisor again to discuss the progress that I have made on my project since this time last week. Whilst my active blog audience prevents me from going into too much detail to avoid spoilers, I can reveal that my progress is looking promising and I am keeping [...]
Obviously there's little about writing and marketing a novel that could lead to actual physical injury - unless, of course, you take into account the almost scary dedication of some book fans (re: Harry Potter devotees). Nevertheless, it is still important to keep in mind the possible risks of my project, the threats they pose, [...]
This blog post regards my Extended Project Qualification. To read more about this, click here. Whilst in previous blogs I gave myself until September 21st for my presentation, I have since found out that the presentation dates start from September 29th, 2017. This is great news as it allows me to have an additional week's [...]
Watch my Prezi timeline of dystopias here: https://prezi.com/ovp1yuha9fp2/the-history-of-dystopia/ By producing this timeline, I am able to see how the dystopian genre has adapted to its audience over time.
Please fill in the survey at the link below to participate in my Extended Project Qualification: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/111TL2hU2j5FEYomMKljiN-meBJEQLZBSD5o6H0-hmcA/edit Problem Solving As stated in my previous post, I originally planned to use SurveyMonkey.com for my action research. However, when producing the survey I found that the site did not allow me to exceed the limit of [...]