Why is it so hard to lay claim to the title ‘writer?’ What makes a person feel like doing so is, at best, pretentious, at worst delusional? And is it a problem more common with women? I thought I’d look at my own struggle with the word, and see if it chimes with any of […]
So, after years of having ‘go on a writers’ retreat’ firmly etched on my to-do list, I finally got my arse into gear and managed it last week. The reasons it has taken me so long are manifold, some good, some bad, some trivial, some serious. I’ve spent so much of the last 3 years […]
Fancy a peek at what I have been working on lately (the above is a working title only, and obviously this is still a draft, so subject to change). Enjoy! You’d think that the one good thing about being dead was at least you no longer had to worry about getting a date. Barry stared […]
Well, been a busy couple of weeks at Dark Dates towers. Not only am I working on Dark Dates 3 (honest!) but I’ve been working on getting Wolf Night into print, since I know some of you out there like having a physical copy. I’m chuffed to bits with how it looks, thanks to the […]
Truth be told, it’s always been a bit of a dream of mine to be in The Stage, so I was delighted to see Zoe Cunningham featured in this round up about the Brighton Fringe talking about Dark Dates live. Next best thing, right? And there’s still a chance to buy tickets for the show […]
If you’re in the area and fancy a fun, fast-paced show, Dark Dates: An Audience with Cassandra Bick is coming to the Brighton Fringe this week. It’s at the Lantern Theatre on May 2 (afternoon) and May 12 (evening) so do come along!
Zoe Cunningham wrote about how we began our collaboration after meeting at the fun (and slightly swish – it’s at The Ivy!) networking event Byte the Book while I felt very important when I was interviewed on Brighton Juice’s radio show, Brighton Nights (I start at about 11:50). So it’s all getting very exciting! And if that has […]