As marketing goes – and as someone who has worked on and produced a host of ideas that vary in moralistic codes – I wasn’t sure in my own mind how ethical this could be.
It’s better to burn brightly in pursuit of passion; than to sit in beige trousers from a catalogue whilst looking at your flock wallpaper with Jimmy Nail playing in the background.
Today I have a job interview for the position of a Creative Writer (which I’ve always thought an odd title; writers are surely creative by definition, aren’t they?) Prepared as I am, I put together a presentation and some scripts. As I am staying at my girlfriend’s, I thought I’d print them off at hers … Read more
As I recently decided to go back into the world of freelancing and am receiving a growing number of enquiries about my writing (I’m still taking them, by the way) I thought it seemed like the ideal time to resurrect the company I once registered for this exact purpose.
When it comes to knowing what my career is, well, I don’t. I know that sounds ridiculous, like a frog that can matchmake with the help of marzipan and some berries; but it’s true.
Of course, all year round, it is right that we remember those less fortunate than us. What irks me when the snow falls is that, year after year, one group is left out of the equation…
I’d really love it if Stephen Hawking could concentrate on inventing a time machine, instead of spending his time focusing on the planet and God and all things like that.