It’s all go!

And because it’s all go, I’m not going to make the deadline for the 2 Days Later competition this time around. But, I have all the pieces in place, I now know how my digital camera works and will be filming the indoor scenes over the next couple of months, while I knock together a script for 2 Days Laughter! Then come Spring, I’ll get the outside shots done and hold fire for the next one!

Restore Rochester Castle have gone crazy with events – see here if you wish to take part/donate or attend in a sponsored walk around the Castle grounds or a Fancy Dress Halloween special at local wine bar/club, Olivers. There’s also a very straightforward ‘Donate’ button, if you could be so kind as to spare just a £1 – every little makes a difference, thank you! Long term project wise, we’re putting together a book about the castle, made up of pictures, photos, paintings, poetry, anecdotes and more, from whoever wants to contribute, so watch out for details on that, coming soon!

The LitFest blog is finding more events and news to share and Strictly Come Dancing is starting this week, so The Rhythm of Life will be updating regularly. And I thought I’d finally, finally, cracked it with a chance of landing a new, part time writing job last week, only to find it wasn’t part-time and I did actually need journalism qualifications! But I received some superb feedback which has boosted me, especially in respect of The Scatter blog, so you may see more activity on there – and, if all plans come to fruition, a book!

Until then, I’m off to Upnor on Tuesday to hang around the Magwitch film shoot, courtesy of Viola Films! Pics and quotes will be posted on Rochester People and Rochester LitFest – I’m very much looking forward to seeing the action!

 

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