From Simon Ager of omniglot.com: "Hookscript is an alternative way of writing English devised by Mathew Gordon, and slightly inspired by the Westonian script. He created it because he thinks English spelling is very inconsistent, and because he is very interested in language and thought this would be a good way to get a better understanding of how it works.
The script consists of 15 letters and two modifiers. The voice modifier, a dot above the letter, makes an unvoiced letter voiced, and the vowel modifier, a macron, makes the letter a vowel. For example, s = [s], ṡ = [z], and s̄ = [æ].
Hookscript is designed to write American English, but could be used to write other varieties of English, and possibly other languages."