My second stage play Another Stage Play (The Fourth Curtain) has been posted in the archives for everyone to read! It can be accessed on its own page under the parent page of ‘Stage Plays’. Archive page links are located both under the blog’s header and in the sidebar to the right. Thank you to everyone who supported and inspired me during my experience writing this play.
Category Archives: YASP Play
Posts containing information about my play entitled “Yet Another Stage Play” will be tagged in this post category.
Keep checking this blog soon! Another Stage Play (The Fourth Curtain) is nearing a release on this blog next to my other completed writing. Just like Master Manderodorke there will be a full script, character list, and stage guide available in PDF file format to download and read. I can’t wait to share my second play with the world. Hopefully it will receive many positive reviews and meet my readers’ expectations.
I’ve returned to my blog –at last!- with a bucketful of super news. Life has become very busy very quickly this summer. It started off with my sixteenth birthday in early June. On that day I tested for and received my learner’s permit for driving. I still can’t believe I’m that age already! So far I’ve driven around the rural back roads to and from my stables. Surprisingly I am fairly decent at driving and haven’t wrecked/totaled anything (yet)!
I am pleased to introduce my newest pet and best friend, Theo the betta fish! He was one of the table centerpieces for my high school prom. After prom’s end anyone who wished could take home one of the bettas. I chose Theo and introduced him to a new 2.5 gallon aquarium stuffed with plenty of aquatic figurines to keep him entertained. He appears happy towards his transition from the tiny glass bowl to an aquarium!
Adjusting to a new tank (Theo is right below the water line)
And of course I crafted him a miniature Titanic ornament! I added the rest of the aquarium figurines and plants as well.
For about two weeks now my mornings consist of drivers education classes. I decided to take the course in the summer in order to avoid having to juggle my time between the classes and fall/spring play. Class basically involves watching movies upon movies with a few note sessions sprinkled in occasionally. It’s only a driver’s theory class so I won’t do any physical driving. Well, it’s summer –an easy glass works perfectly for me! I did learn many useful tips for driving, car maintenance, and managing severe weather conditions. The best part is that after the course is finished I may qualify for an insurance discount when I get my license. :)
Finally, so far the best part of my summer, is my new job at the library. I started working in early July in order to fund my future horse and college related expenses. There I basically do librarian work such as keeping the bookshelves in order, and checking books out/in. I plan on continuing to work there throughout the school year and the next year after.
Coming up (very quickly!) is the amazing Outer Banks beach vacation with my family. I cannot wait to see the ocean again, swim, play in the sand, and have a fun time on he beach. I will detail all about vacation in later blog posts with pictures, of course. Until my next update, please enjoy this chalk outline drawn by my friend Staci.
P.S. I finished my second stage play named (appropriately) Another Stage Play: (The Fourth Curtain). I plan to release it onto this blog towards summer’s end.
Done…and done! Just like I mentioned in the previous post, I posted the second scene to Yet Another Worthless Play. Read the play by clicking its link in the sidebar to the right. While posting the scene I decided to post my first stage play, Master Manderdorke, in the archives with my other stories. Look forward to its release sometime in the near future.
Shortly after the Christmas and New Year holiday a friend gave me a small red writing journal. The book consists of lined pages in between a leather looking red cover complete with a magnetic snap and ribbon bookmark. It probably stands among the prettiest of my writing books.
One of the book’s most important qualities will be, of course, the contents in which I choose to write inside. After considering many possibilities I ultimately decided upon filling the book with…
ANOTHER STAGE PLAY!
This new play, tentatively titled Yet Another Worthless Play, revolves around the story of two librarians who tend to a secluded library by the shore of a town called Seaglass. The play will involve zombies as well. Unlike my previous play, Master Manderdorke, I plan to post this play here on this blog. I will release Yet Another Worthless Play scene by scene as completed. No schedule for the scene releases but I will certainly announce the latest scenes in future blog posts. Already posted, the play’s page is located in the sidebar to the right with my other writing. The first scene along with the accompanying character list are released as well. I am excited for this second play and hope my readers will also enjoy it.