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This is a monologue written for performance, it is for serious auditions for aspiring actors. A woman visits a coffee shop every friday before visiting her mother...
Dad's Dementia gets a little worse every day - this hub documents his journey. Update - we lost Dad on the 27th December 2013 - he passed away peacefully in our arms....
Dad's in his second childhood, doing lots of daft and silly things, his memories of recent times are no longer there but his memories of the past are as clear as yesterday although they seem to get a bit jumbled up. ...
Autobiographical novel synopsis, involving abandonment, abduction, rape, alcohol & drug addition, loss, murder, love, death and revenge, which bits are truth & which are fiction only you can decide!
This is the ‘tongue in cheek’, ‘cut-the-crap diet’ that really works, if you stick to it forever, you will continue to loose weight and keep it off forever.
Photography - My garden July 2011, roses are red, lobelia is blue, my garden is in full bloom, just for you...a
A poem and photographs of the beautiful plants on my garden by a proud amateur gardener.
Photography - Photos of my garden - herbacious and perennial border plants 24th April 2011 to July 2013
Hope you enjoyed those photographs. My garden looks so pretty at this time of year. it will look even prettier when everything comes into bloom. I would like to document those changes here. So this will be the first...
A synopsis of a novel or script I am currently working on. The Angel in the Well - short story.
A bit of decorating, floor sanding and staining in time for Christmas. Finally finished on Christmas Eve, ready for the arrival of our guests on Christmas Day. Talk about cutting it fine.
Benjamin Zephaniah is probably one of the most popular Dub poets in the world. He is particularly popular with school children because he gives them poetry in a language they understand, he has rapport with them and he...
Educational hub. Adjectives - what are they? How do I use them with nouns and verbs. When do you use an adjective or an adverb? Do I need to define the verb or the sentence? Do I need to define the subject that is...
What are Adverbs? What do adverbs modify? An adverb modifies any part of language other than a noun.
Please save our Badgers - Say NO !Badger Cull and YES to vaccine! Protect the British Badger!
A memory of a childhood christmas and living with a manic depressive mother. Manic depression is now called Bipolar, much more is known about it these days and better treatment available...
An extract from this piece has been used in a Hodder Education Book 'Ready to Go Lessons for English, Step-by-step lesson plans for Cambridge Primary Stage 5' by Kate Ruttle (ISBN 978-1-4441-7708-4).
On hubpages it is easy to keep a check on the number of followers you have and saddening when you notice one has stopped following you, for whatever reason. It is not so easy to find out who it was that stopped...
...the journey continues - this was a sponsored walk for Oxfam. We raised just under £2500 a couple of years ago and the walk was brilliant. The following year although we didn't raise as much money it was still...
Epic journey - sponsored walk to raise money for Oxfam. This was my 22.7 mile walk home last midsummers day. It was a lovely day and I had a lovely walk. Setting off at 9am and arriving home just after 7pm. The pictures...
A poem about the ups and downs of hubscores on hubpages.
Satirical poem conveying the frustration of writing a hub then finding out that someone else beat you to it.
This hub will hopefully help you to decide which category to use within hubpages for your poetry. There is an explanation of each category.
Shakespeare was the most prolific writer of dramatic monologues. This guide will hopefully explain what Dramatic Monologues are and how to write a dramatic Monologue - where to start.
Writing for performance monologue writing. This is a monologue about a nosey neighbour but not everything is as it appears...
Forgetful, dementia, alzheimer's - dreadful for the sufferer and the family. The only blessing is that usually the sufferer is totally unaware that they have it.
(Scene: Single chair in centre of otherwise empty stage. A man enters stage left...he walks round the chair, turns it around and sits on it back to front facing the audience...he looks thoughtfully at then speaks with...