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Above is the PDF document.
For my final week of the project, I was beginning to run out of time. I’d only just come off the high of writing introductions. I was burning out. To that end, I stopped writing. I felt as if I had done enough, and that the academic side of my work had to be finished first. After all, my personal side of the project would continue on past college. It could go on for months, or even years.
Below is further insight into that, as well as how the rest of the prologue chapter will play out.
During this week, I was full steam ahead on my story. I found myself writing a good 4000+ words worth of introductions before scrapping the whole lot, rewriting them and ending up with over 8000 words. Purely for introductions!
Here we go.
After a talk with Zoran, the media section’s manager, I was enlightened to the topic of quantum physics. I’d remembered similar topics, but the fact that all of these philosopical matters were connected was only made aware through this conversation. In fact, it helped a lot, as you’ll see below.
…It gets somewhat complicated below, fair warning.
There will be 4 post analysis’, focusing on examining and evaluating my current work. This is to expand upon and show how I have used particular writing skills for my benefit. Each analysis will be 500 words long, and focus on only one post, one character or one story decision, with differing topics each time.
The first will look into the story’s opening!
This is the Tumblr blog on which the story is hosted! Click ‘start reading here’ on the right to read from the beginning!
With the research and my skills analysed, I set about the creation process for my work. This spawned a few ‘beta’ designs and changes to my schedule, the setting and my expectations. By the end of Week 6, I had finished my presentation and knew how far I wanted to take this project, as well as the key elements of my fictional story.