A Very Long Walk

Last weekend I walked 106km around the Isle of Wight. Yup, you read it right: 106km. In the interests of full disclosure, I did the hike over two days, unlike many people who walked straight through the night. So, why did I sign up for this crazy challenge? Well, firstly I’m blaming (in the nicest…

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The Language of the Future

If you’ve read my previous post on futurist stuff you’ll know that I recently attended a cryptocurrency and blockchain conference and heard futurist, Ray Hammond, talk about how our world may change over the next few decades. As an author, there was one statement Ray made that really jumped out at me.“We don’t have the…

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Author Interview: Ann Denton

This month I'm interviewing post-apocalyptic author, Ann Denton. Ann's Timebend series is about a shapeshifter spy caught up in a post apocalyptic war – pretty cool! The second books in the series, Burn, has just launched and Ann and I chat about her inspiration for the stories, her favourite books and her plotting process (which…

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Author Interview: Clare Littlemore

In my latest author interview, I'm chatting to Clare Littlemore, a fellow Brit and author of dystopian fiction. I'm currently reading Flow, the first book in Clare's new series and am really enjoying it. The second book in the series, Break, launches on the 20th January. Hi Clare! Let’s start with an easy question. Which…

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My Goals for 2018

2017 was a year of change for me. I moved house, left my job and went self-employed the first time. I set up not one but two businesses (my freelance writing business and my author business) and got married. It was a year of immense highs but it also had its odd low points Life…

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