Well, today Arielle launched the second Sherlock Holmes Dramatic Reading. Hurray! Not only am I a massive fan of Arielle (Sherlock) and Cor (Watson) but I’m also a massive fan of this book: The Sign of the Four.
Also, I have been editing. Which isn’t really big news, but is quite important. As some of you might know, I kinda accidentally deleted by previously edited act and I’m starting it again. I should be finished soon. I’d like to thank Caprisha for volunteering to edit the third act for me (I’m becoming busy, and I’m preparing to launch Phantom)
I also learned today that “Et cetera” is etc not ect. That completely blew my mind.
If you’re following my war on blogs, then you’ll know that this is my third or fourth blog in a few days. That is because of one thing. I care a lot about what people think about me. In this world, appearance is everything. I could be whatever I want, but as long as I look and act normal, no one cares. If I act weirdly, my life seems to become everyone else’s business. So, the moral of that story is: appearance is everything!
I needed a quote for a title, preferably Shakespeare and preferably from a well known play, that reflected this view. Hence, “Your face is a book where men read strange matters.” In this quote, Lady M is telling Macbeth that his emotions are all over his face. If he carries on the way he’s going, everyone will suspect that he’s up to no good. He needs to “Look like th’ innocent flower, But be the serpent under ’t.”.
Well, I must now admit that I don’t normally get this deep in a first post. Normally I’m all smiles and rainbows and sunshine, but now, I don’t know. Hmm. I’ll come back to you on how I am now.
Oh, and I almost forgot. My name is Charlotte Duckett. Welcome to my blog!