yeah fragments are the way to go. They can be disjointed and are an excellent option if you can't make a story flow.Rebekkie said:it's a series of 20 odd fragments and sometimes when i'm editing i come across one and i'm like 'oh, that sounds good... can't remember writing it though' but that's probs coz i write best in the middle of the night.
yeah I dropped the F - bomb a couple of times, even managed to sneak in the C - Bomb. My teachers head nearly exploded when she saw it, but it fitted and she later admitted it did.not.addie said:i was wondering though, did anyone drop the F- Bomb in their major works? Or were we not allowed to include any swearing in it? cause there were so many times when i was tempted to, but i just decided to censor it and replace it with a 'piss of'
Classic Rudiger said:yeah I dropped the F - bomb a couple of times, even managed to sneak in the C - Bomb. My teachers head nearly exploded when she saw it, but it fitted and she later admitted it did.
It's unfortunate that such words are so versatile and can be used in almost any context.
Hey dw, just write, write, write and you'll get it done. Don't worry about the dates either in your journal if that's what you mean, half my class didn't even date theirs.behindthedisco said:like 50 % on everything. Story. Relfection. log book. it's all unfinished. i completely fucked up my dates...and christ, this is basically the first sign of my inevitable failure of the hsc.
i hope you're having better luck than i am.