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.



3 comments:

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!