Writing Confessions: 5 Habits To Help Me Write a First Draft

I hate first drafts. Those of you who follow me on Twitter probably already know this but, for me, writing the first draft is the worst part of the process. Often when I speak to other writers, they find the re-writing and editorial process to be the more challenging aspect. I couldn't be more different.... Continue Reading →


Writing Confessions: If my Muse was a Person

If my muse was a person, they wouldn't be a man or a woman. They'd lean against the door frame of my bedroom, expectant, and their features would flicker like a broken projector in an old movie theatre. Red lips; square jaw. Soft eyes; bruised knuckles. Hourglass; cutting board. I'd try not to figure them... Continue Reading →

My Experience at The London Book Fair

  Hello Everyone! So, I wanted to try something different. As I explain in the audio, I have chosen to record myself talking about The London Book Fair instead of writing about to save you reading through a stupidly long document covering all three days. This was a great fun to cobble together. I'd love... Continue Reading →

Writing Confessions: Goals for 2018

Happy New Year! 2017 was a chaotic year for me. University came to an end. My closest friends and I were scattered all over the country. I was thrown into an existential mess of employment, futures and writing goals. It wasn’t all bad, though. I had a few articles published on The Nopebook. I submitted... Continue Reading →

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