I'm Tiula, I love writing stories and particularly mysteries. I have my own website of them, at tiula-writes.blogspot.com
Interests Writing and dancing!
Favorite Books As I said, I'm a big fan of mysteries. "And then there were none" by Agatha Christie is a favourite of mine, creepy and not quite the traditional detective story. I also like things that explore the psychology of humans, for example "A Judgement in Stone" by Ruth Rendell and books that ask us questions, like "My Sister's Keeper". As a reader, I can't bear to be spoon-fed, and would rather read something that asks me a question than tells me the answer.
Favorite Authors Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie top my list. I also love Anne O'Brien and Andrea Ashworth.
Favorite Movies I love the St. Trinian's films (having once attended the school that inspired them!). I also love anything Hitchcock, my favourite being "The Lady Vanishes".
Favorite Music Second Person ftw! If you don't know them - and most people don't - check out this AMAZING band that is like nothing else. I'm also a big fan of Paloma Faith.
Before the creak of keys in the door, came the cacophony of jeers. It swelled in volume until almost painful on the ears, dying to a faded moan after a few long minutes.The man, in the end cell, closed his eyes in the hope that it would soften the assault...
A script I'm currently working on is eluding me, so I wrote the following to try and work around it.
"Ayyyy?"Abigail gritted her teeth. Why couldn't her father ever, not once, manage her full name? She was simply a sound, a noise emitted from between filthy lips when he needed to refer to her. The screech of her first initial was his calling-cry when he...
Nell “Are there no depths to which you would not sink, Rochester?” The younger man laughed unashamedly. “When my lord and master provides me with excellent wine and even better women, the least I can do is lower the tone.” Charles smirked, his hands tight...