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What a year!

The last few months of 2011 were so busy - it was the best year ever for the Agency - so my extra-curricula activity including the website and finishing off The Insider's Guide to Writing Television, took a bit of a backseat.

But I have finsihed my half of the book; the other half (on the writing skills needed for television; I did the business side of it) is written by Christopher Walker, with whom I set up the MA in Television Scriptwriting at De Montfort University. I have also caught up with boring domestic things like my taxes and expenses and done some preventative winter gardening (admittedly this was partly putting an extra heater in the greenhouse).

Some time has also gone into Jonquil's new telescope, a rather fancy  one with a compuerised drive and multiplicity of lenses. Learning to drive a car was easier than learning to drive this. This is taking up some very enjoyable but cold time (they never told me most astronomy in the UK is done in winter).

So I plan to be more attentive to the blog and website. In the meantime if you don't read MovieScope magazine you should: it is excellent. I do a regular column for them, which can be seen here:


Let's hope that 2012 is remembered for more than the Olympics.

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