Welcome to the world of Loony Literature!

ONCE UPON A TIME THERE WAS A DESERTED VILLAGE…

ALONG CAME SOME VERY NICE PEOPLE

WHO BUILT A LABORATORY TO WORK IN AND THEN THEY CREATED SOME MONSTERS TO HELP THEM.

WHAT SHALL WE DO NOW?” ASKED ONE OF THE MONSTERS.

“LET’S ACT OUT

FRANKENSTEIN’S REVENGE – A PLAY FULL OF SHIFTY MANOEUVRES AND TIME TRAVEL

“I WILL BE THE MONSTER IN THE PLAY” SAID ONE OF THE MONSTERS.

Frankenstein’s Revenge – a play full of shifty manoeuvres and time travel.

SO THEY ACTED OUT THE PLAY

  THEN THEY TALKED ABOUT FRANKENSTEIN, THE NOVEL

THIS WAS WHAT HAD INSPIRED THE PLAY.

THEN WILL BLYTON – THE ALTERNATIVE DETECTIVE TURNED UP.  HE STARTED TO TELL THEM ABOUT

THE STINKING SHADOW.

Amazon.com: Will Blyton and The Stinking Shadow (Will Blyton – The Alternative Detective) eBook: Michelle Barber: Kindle Store

THE TWO WISE HEADS OF THE LABORATORY LISTENED CAREFULLY.  THEY DECIDED THAT LOONY LITERATURE SHOULD:

  • TALK ABOUT LITERARY CRITICISM THE LOONY LITERATURE WAY.
  • ENCOURAGE CHILDREN, TEENAGERS AND ADULTS TO BOTH READ AND WRITE CREATIVELY USING THE LOONY LITERATURE METHODS
  • GENERALLY INSPIRE PEOPLE TO BE CREATIVE IN A FUN, OUTRAGEOUS LOONY LITERATURE MANNER.

WITH EVERYTHING NICELY SORTED, THE LOONY LITERATURE FOLK, MONSTERS AND WISE HEADS, SAT DOWN TO SOME NICE TEA.

Will Blyton and The Stinking Shadow was written specifically to make reading more fun for boys aged 8 to 12.    Try the first chapter for free and let your son laugh at Will Blyton being insulted by the boy trapped in the stone.   If your son wants to know more about Will Blyton, you can go to Will Blyton – The Alternative Detective

If you want to help your child and teenager have more fun with reading and creative writing but you don’t  have time to think about it, look around the site.  We are always adding new articles,  so it’s a good idea to subscribe to the site  for free, simply click the FOLLOW button.

Teenagers – one of us is an ex teenager who often has her teenage son as her muse.  The other part of Loony Literature is, well – a teenager.  So in a nutshell, you inspire us, so please keep visiting.

FOR THE FUTURE:

For the grown ups – We will be looking at Victorian detectives, questioning whether some well known and not so well known heroes are lovers or pure villains and exploring the supernatural.

“MULGRAVE CASTLE” – a chilling tale introducing the Victorian, physic detective, Harriet Twine.

For the children – We will be looking at wonderful ways to get your children interested in classic literature e.g. Shakespeare and Dickens.

Shakespeare’s Bottom – A fun way to make your child an expert at “Midsummer Night’s Dream”

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39 responses to “Welcome to the world of Loony Literature!

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  2. Such a stunning and exciting project. Well done you!! All best of luck with it, may it grow from strength to strength. xxx

  3. Neridah

    Excellent well done, a really good read and the Youtube especially ‘Charles Dickens birthday most extraordinarily fabulous. xxxxxxx

    Ms Tingle

    • I am so glad that you like the Charles Dicken’s birthday party. It was fun to do and totally improvised. It really was a case of set The Laboratory up and then just see where Madam Muse takes us.

  4. Some genuinely quality posts on this website , bookmarked .

  5. I’ve got several teenagers I’m referring to you. Perhaps you can dissect their brains for me…Awesome work—great job!

  6. Good Luck with your project. What a great imagination.Thanks for stopping by my site. I look forward to seeing what you’re up to.

  7. Love your site!! Have had a little nosey around and am already feeling very inspired, especially by your Poe/Raven writing challenge. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog, ’twas a nice surprise :D

  8. mefinx

    Just wondering, have you come across a book called “Mister Creecher” by Chris Priestley? It’s about a young Bill Sykes meeting The Creature and their strange friendship.

    • No I haven’t come across this book. It sounds really interesting. I was really disgusted with Bill Sykes as a child and would be interested to show how he is portrayed as a young man.

  9. “Frankenstein’s Revenge” sounds like a fun project, can’t wait to see/read it!

  10. Love the blog,, way out there .. have a great week ! :):)

  11. One Very Inspiring Blog Award coming your way! I’ll be posting a link to you (rules/instructions included) on 10th July xx

    • Thank you so much. I”m at a bit quiet at the moment as I’m on the verge of publishing my children’s play “Frankenstein’s Revenge.” I’ve not read any blog posts for a few days, they’re all waiting for me. It’s a treat to look forward to. Thank you for the award. It’s made my day.

  12. I have nominated you for the ‘Wonderful Team Member Readership Award’. Congratulations! To learn more, visit my blog: http://thelifeandtimesofaforeverwitch.wordpress.com/2012/10/04/better-late-than-never/
    Brightest Blessings

  13. Wonderful site here loony, loved the video at the top, how creative and you are good in front of a camera too. Pretty neat!

  14. CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

    I have nominated you for “The Shine On Award”! Thank you for being such a support to me!

    Lots of love, Emily

    “The Light-Bearer Series” Novelist

    http://emilyguido.com/2013/01/12/shine-on-award-thank-you-all/

  15. I love the integrations of photos and words. What a fun way to learn.

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