I blog about telly stuff for Yahoo!
What can I write for you? See my What can I write for you page for details.
I’ve been writing stories since I was tiny but would never have described myself as a writer – to be a writer you had to publish a novel, I thought. Happily, growing up and enrolling on a creative writing course made me realise that the very act of writing is what makes you a writer, whether successful or not, and that writing about factual events was just as valid as fiction.
As a freelancer, I’m enjoying a diverse career with the opportunity to write about my passions, as well as document other peoples’s stories under the LitFest Memory Box project. On a personal level, I’m developing my screenwriting prowess and the longing to complete a novel has now turned into completing a screenplay.
My entertainment review blog, The Rhythm of Life was marketed effectively and found by a number of PR companies, including the Royal Academy of Dance, Mischief for Barclays Live, Neoco for Ubisoft’s Just Dance 2 Wii game, Warner’s Strictly Come Dancing weekends, Butlin’s Streetdance Festival and Jam for Sky One HD’s Louie Spence show and the South Bank Sky Arts Awards. I have also guest blogged for MSN and had many articles placed in local press publications.
This is the archived, first incarnation of ‘A tingle in my fingers …’ which I began many years ago. You’ll find fiction, music, dancing, chocolate sport and more – and hopefully will begin to find more of those here too!
A selection of other media:
The Making of Landscape (from Zombocity)