There aren’t many things in life I am evangelical about. I mean, I’m probably gonna recommend you watch Person of Interest a few too many times for your comfort, and I can bore for England on the topic of how there are Not Enough Toilets in Theatres, but generally I am an easy going kinda […]
I have been blogging over at Prodigal Geordie about my move back North, so those of you who have been following that will know that it’s been a slightly bumpy transition. On the one hand, it is lovely to be so near to so many old friends, and to have family literally around the corner. […]
This was originally posted on my new blog about coming home, but I thought some of the topics covered were relevant to this blog: the risk and reward of change, creative and personal self-doubt, and having to sometimes just leap and hope. I have been in Newcastle almost a month now. While I have, on the […]
So, as some of you will know, I am in the process of moving back to Newcastle right now (see my new blog, Prodigal Geordie, for updates). It’s been an interesting, if not always easy process, and one that has thrown up some emotional issues. Is it an admission of failure – that I can’t […]
I have been on the move for most of the last few weeks, as I (hopefully) await all the paperwork on my new flat going through. It’s been an unsettling time, and I haven’t always been able to write, which has been frustrating, as my time has been focused on paid work, house hunting and […]
I was nervous about doing my first blog tour – what if everyone hated my book? What if they laughed at my very presumption in trying to get them to review it? Partly for reasons of anxiety, I went with Random Things Blog Tours, which is run by book blogging maven Anne Cater – I […]
I am super excited to announce that I will be doing a Random Things Blog Tour for the relaunched The Bridesmaid Blues in August, so do look out for me at these lovely bloggers… Thanks so much to Anne Cater for organising and all the lovely bloggers taking part!