14/04/2015

It is with a heavy heart that I must reveal I’m not actually at London Book Fair this week. A trifecta of money, time and health -mainly health- has rendered me quite useless. It takes a lot for me to walk to town or stand at my desk at the moment, so I can’t imagine that attending four days of conferencing would’ve been within my current skillset. I’m

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06/04/2015

Another month without an update! I hope I’ve been the right kind of busy! Here’s a list of what I’ve been working on lately… Over at Crap Looking Books I’ve finally given “On female authors..and how to deal with their apparent invisibility” a much need rewrite, to include less-ignorant mental and publishing developments from the past 3 years. Turns out

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Reports of my death are slightly inaccurate

Well, I’ve not updated in a while, which is okay. I don’t want to slip into that LiveJournal trap of every blog post being a “sorry for not updating, I’ve been really busy, but something coming soon I swear!” post. I have been busy, mainly looking for a bit of a dayjob and seeking medical advice about an ongoing condition, but also creating some lovely

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17/01/15

Who’s a shiny new website design? You’re a shiny new website design! And you don’t look like Geocities for once. New Year, and I’m doing my best to focus on The Wrong Ghost and The Christmas Santa Slept while looking for a meaningless new dayjob. As such, that means I’m doing everything but those three things. There’s a new article at Crap Looking

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Why I hated reading The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time (and why that’s okay)

While still nursing a substantial New Year hangover at the start of 2015, I was suitably impressed with Simon Stephens’s production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in The Night-Time. It’s an innovative show with excellent casting, powerful scripting choices, and some emotive dialogue and performances. What’s really curious to me however, is how little I

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Saint Feckin’ Nick

Wow, so The Christmas Santa Slept did remarkably well in its free week, moving twice as many copies as I expected, and 10% more than I hoped. Ahh, numbers. Unfortunately Amazon don’t really let on as to where the referrals came from, so I don’t know where best to send my thanks… but if you picked up a copy, thank you! I did remarkably well in the Mexican

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Ho- Ho- Hold on a second!

It’s Christmas apparently, which means the relentless promotion of seasonal content! As always there’s these Xmas shorts, of which the Band Aid one is a little more valid this year: But of course, I’m mainly focused on The Christmas Santa Slept, which is available on YouTube in all its many-costumed and possibly-racial-insensitive glory. Say

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