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Nail-biting time…

I’m a bit scared now.
Because I wrote my TMA quite quickly on the 14th October, left it for thirteen days and then sent it (three days before the cut-off date!) I didn’t really change much at all. I just made it fit the word count.


It’s either
a) a piece of inspired genius.
b) a totally crap first draft.

I did get hubby (not at all bookish) and daughter (very bookish) to read it and they both ‘got’ it. So now I have to just wait and see how many ways my tutor can politely say naïve, unpolished, hasty, shitty, rubbish, unprofessional and ‘Oh-dear-are-you-sure-you-should-be-doing-this-course?’

Am I mad?
Quite probably.

I really enjoyed writing it though!

3 Comments Post a comment
  1. I hate waiting. I want it back by teatime!

    Good luck with yours, I’m sure you’ll do very well.

    Unless you wrote it all in haiku…


  2. Louisa Lemon #

    Why? What’s wrong with my haiku?


  3. Shannon #

    Ha! I like the idea of writing a whole TMA in Haiku.



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