I feel the sand squish slowly through my toes as I gaily walk down the shoreline of the Outer Banks. The weather at the beach is the most quarreling of all places in the world. People are laughing and embracing under the sunset.Injury isn't thought of while on the beach because there is a bed of pillowy soft sand to land on. Competition is the most fun when it is against friends. The environment allows me to relax and enjoy the game. Skimming along the top of the calm glassy water at high speeds is a claming experience.
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Please do take a look around and enjoy the random combinations of words that I’ve thrown together in my bid to better understand myself, the world around me and celebrate my love of nature & the mysterious ocean.
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I also adore reading plays which compelled me to impulsively choose a playwriting module at Uni (with no previous experience) which I absolutely adored and wrote my first (slightly strange) play. I’m not sure what fascinates me so much about it, but it’s this idea of introducing a philosophy and evoking an emotional journey in as few a possible words.
I love the fleeting sensation of these emotions that have bubbled to the surface and subsequently floated away like steam.This summer-themed printable is a sensory writing activity.Students will use their five senses to write a paragraph about a day at the beach.What you might not know, is that I studied BA Creative Writing at University. Photography was a means of storytelling for me, a visual way to express a narrative.I adore photography but when I’m not behind the lens, you’ll often find me sat in a cosy nook or cranny in a pub or coffee shop as close to the sea as possible dreaming up words.Please click the links in the left column to explore what we have to offer.Download a PDF copy of our latest MFA Program Handbook!Now that I have my fortress, I need to find the ideal shells and driftwood to add the finishing touches.With glistening and shimmering shells as windows, my castle stands out among all the others on the beach.Some AWA workshops call this a "weekly writing practice," which I like.Writing, like all things creative, takes practice and dedication.