BOOK REVIEW: The Art of Neil Gaiman

By Cbevan_|November 25, 2017|Biography, Book Reviews, Reviews

The Art of Neil Gaiman is a biography charting Neil Gaiman’s conquests, from that failed Duran Duran biography to his work with Terry Pratchett and beyond. It looks at some of the relationships, partnerships and chance encounters that contributed to creating the literary genius we know today.  It’s no

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Book Adaptations: How To Cope With Adaptations

By Cbevan_|November 19, 2017|Blog, reading tips

As avid readers know, book adaptations spark a myriad of emotions, from joy to excitement and from mild annoyance to outright anger. My mother recently became hooked on Outlander by binge-watching season 1 and 2 back to back – probably over a weekend. She was and still is, so

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Who said unpaid work doesn’t pay off?

By Cbevan_|June 12, 2015|Blog, MA Scriptwriting

Back in April, I started a three week internship for Boomerang, a production company based in Gloworks in Cardiff Bay. I worked there for three days a week and waitressed and studied around the full days. It was an amazing experience and I will most likely always be grateful to Stapes

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Is this writers’ block?

By Cbevan_|October 21, 2014|Blog, MA Scriptwriting

I keep feeling the need to write. Something. Anything. And I’ve stopped myself every time. Why?  Have I been so sucked into the rules of structuring and planning? Is this only type of writing I can allow myself to experience freestyle? Mind you it is entirely possible that the

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