Even as she stood there, staring at her reflection in the mirror, she couldn’t quite fathom out how she’d managed to get herself into this mess. She’d been secretly dreading this moment for weeks, scenarios playing themselves over and over in her head like an episode of Top Gear on Dave. What if it didn’t fit? What if she tripped over her own feet? What if she accidentally head butted a small child and ended up on the local news? What if she turned out to be a natural and they asked her to do it again… ?! It had
Been a while since I’ve written anything on here. Or, for that matter, written very much at all, which is why I recently signed up to Start Writing Fiction, a free online course provided by the Open University in conjunction with Future Learn. Behold: my first piece of proper writing in quite some time. Why ‘Never Be Lonely’? Because we were told to use the first thing that we heard on the radio as our inspiration, and Chris Evans gave me this… a tad shoe-horned to fit my ‘allocated’ theme, but I think it just about works: Almost ten past seven. That wasn’t good.