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Short story – The Last Bridesmaid

This dress was peach, to begin with. Lush yoghurt-y peach, in specific artificial lighting. Kind of sickly and baby food-ish in sunlight. I had mixed feelings about it from the beginning. But now that it’s red and soaking and heavy with blood, weirdly, I feel kind of OK about it....

Stanly’s Ghost Blog Tour – Day Four

Can you believe we’re coming to the end of the tour already? No, neither can I. What a ride. Anyways, here is today’s instalment, in which I chat about things I like with Kate at If These Books Could Talk. Read it here! And check back tomorrow for the final...

Stanly’s Ghost Blog Tour – Day Three

The Blog Tour continues apace. Something a bit different for the third day – today I write about someone else’s stuff, specifically my favourite Terry Pratchett character, Tiffany Aching. This post is graciously hosted by Bart’s Bookshelf – check it out here!

Stanly’s Ghost Blog Tour – Day Two

The tour continues! Today’s post is about the particular challenges of writing the third book in a trilogy (mine specifically), and is graciously hosted by The Pewter Wolf. Check it out here! Two down, three to go.

Stanly’s Ghost Blog Tour – Day One

The Stanly’s Ghost Blog Tour begins! Today’s post, the first of five, is graciously hosted by Mr Ripley’s Enchanted Books, and in it I talk a bit about the challenges and opportunities one faces when writing about superpowers. Check the post out here – more to come throughout the week!

Articles and Q&As…

The Stanly’s Ghost promotional tour is underway! I recently did a Q&A for Salt, which you can read here, and another for Bristol 24/7, which can be read here. I also did a guest Off The Shelf article for Big Issue North, talking about the trilogy and three other books...

I DID SOME MUSIC

I haven’t done any music for a very long time. So I’m quite nervous about putting this out there. It’s the result of an on-off collaboration with the rather excellent composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist and all round excellent man Oscar Lyons. Two songs we wrote together, and a pair of spoken...