I can definitely say that when you don't make time for writing then it just doesn't get done. Fortunately, at the cost of taking forever to publish the latest instalment of my Seven Deadly Sins project, I did get through all my university coursework.
If you're interested in reading the previous two stories click on the links below:
Also, I have to mention that Kieran MacRae's blog is awesome: if you are even remotely interested in science then check it out, it's been hugely popular this past week!
I hope you enjoy!
“Do you even know what you’re doing? Why are you here? Why are you here if you can’t do a simple task? This isn’t good enough. You know that, right? It’s not good enough. Now I expect you to go downstairs and get me some fruit that isn’t shit.”
He ignored her screams of protest and the beginnings of her tantrum and closed the door behind him. She heard a key turn in the lock and she screamed louder. She looked around their room, saw the box of chocolates that had been left on the dresser from last night and threw it at the door. She stomped over and squelched every one into the white carpet, enjoying thinking about the looks on the servants faces when they came in. And if they didn’t clean it right, they would replace them with more. Everything was replaceable. Everything was expendable.