Last month The Dinner Club was on the news in Florida! It was brilliantly bizarre to see it discussed Stateside.
The Dinner Club has been out in the world for over four months now and I am delighted to have been sent photographs from across the world of readers with their copy. This week I was ecstatic to receive a message from a reader who enjoyed TDC so much, he purchased it to be partContinue reading “TDC Goes Stateside!”
The North East folk are a talented bunch of people and I don’t just mean the likes of our region’s legends such as Ant and Dec, Sting, Robson Green, Alan Shearer and Catherine Cookson. We have some amazing creatives living in the local area, who’s work inspires and interests many of us. As someone whoContinue reading “Shining the Spotlight on Local Talent: Authors of the North East”
I was lucky enough to be interviewed by the lovely Sally for the brilliant NE Lifestyle Magazine! We talked all things writing, inspiration and chatted about my debut novel, The Dinner Club. Check out the whole magazine by clicking on the image below and my interview on page 50.
My debut novel, The Dinner Club is now available to pre-order in paperback and e-book. Paperback will be available in a range of stockists, Waterstones being the first! https://www.waterstones.com/book/9781838182083
Honoured to feature in this beautiful anthology, created by award winning author Christopher Fielden. 1000 writers, 1000 flash fiction stories and all money raised from sales goes to Arkbound Foundation, who support disadvantaged groups to get published.
My short story When Soaps Don’t Lather features in this wonderful anthology due for release July 5th. So excited to read all the stories!
An excerpt of my latest short piece… Ruby placed her pen down and looked at her notepad with a satisfied smile. She sighed, contently, her list, or non-negotiables was complete. It wasn’t all about visuals. Aesthetically pleasing was most definitely a welcome bonus, but it wasn’t the be all and end all. She wasn’t thatContinue reading “Perfect Match”
I have recently wrote a short play about homelessness. Here’s the introduction There’s something about the seaside. Something about the innocence of childhood, the memories, that draws us to the seaside. Memories of family time, fish and chips, candy floss, loads of ice cream. Memories of fairground rides and hook a duck, bingo and cupsContinue reading “Seaside Sour”