Sunday, August 19, 2007

It is late Sunday afternoon. I am rather mentally tired after doing this. It is not easy if you haven’t done a video before. It wasn’t helped by the weather, which is so miserable, that even the internet connection appeared to be soggy.

I was prohibited to put any more chapters of my forth coming book on my blog for you to read. I immediately thought of a way around. So here is the abridged story that I am handing in for my assignment for the Open University. There is a lot missing that will be replaced for the book. I have to do a 500 word summery before I send it, but I can’t be arsed today anymore after all this work. I will put it up in a couple of days.

I hope you enjoy this. BUT, you can’t read it – you will have to listen to it!

I had to do it in two parts. Total time is about 12 minutes.

The Amazing Cooked-Up Story of

The Great White Bwana and His Trusty Servant Sixpence.


Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness!!! What it is to hear our homeland accent again in both the Bwana and Sixpence ----- brilliant - well done Pest! Thanks for my trip down memory lane!

theAzanian said...

Ons het a woord vir mense soos jy, maar ek sal maar liewers niks se nie? Good luck with your book, Bwana.

Anonymous said...

The story is great, thanks for sharing these clips. I love the music at the end, where can i hear more??

Happy Christmas!