Monthly Archives: June 2015

Bad Writing Advice And Why It’s Sometimes Right.

Anyone who has tried to write has been deluged with writing advice. Books to read, structures to follow and oft-quoted ‘truths’. Many of these are just plain wrong, but a few have some truth at their core. Below are five … Continue reading

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Four Facts about the Barbican Estate

There’s no place quite like the Barbican. A brutalist conglomeration of terraces and tower blocks in Central London, it was built in the 1960s and 70s on a World War II bomb site. It’s an astonishing place. A labyrinth of … Continue reading

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Transferral – my debut novel

So, the big news is that my debut young adult novel, Transferral, will be coming out with DCB (Dancing Cat Books) this autumn. I am hugely excited/terrified about this. Links for pre-order on the right. London, England, present day. This … Continue reading

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