My Blog

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Starting the submissions process is a big deal. It means that you’ve not only written a full-length book (a task in itself), but you’ve polished it to a high shine and are ready to share it with the world. For that alone, you deserve a big pat on the back.

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I get into quite a few conversations about strange, sinister stuff. It comes with the territory when you’re writing about creepy creatures and ghosts – people love to ask questions about the supernatural, and I like to answer them!

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Each year, I’m lucky enough to head off on a writing weekend, down in rural Cornwall. We all stay in a crumbling old manor house, where we do writing exercises, work on our current manuscripts, and eat a lot of cake.

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Prisons aren’t the most welcoming of places at the best of times; which is understandable, given that they’re designed to house some of the country’s most dangerous people.

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The UK boasts many weird and wonderful supernatural stories. Many of them focus on bizarre things that aren’t human; be it cryptozoological creatures or folkloric figures. As you might imagine, for writers, it’s a veritable treasure-trove of inspiration; hence several have featured in my books!