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Check this out

Posted: March 13, 2018 in books


Come and check out my new page 🙂


Forever Dark Website

Posted: February 20, 2018 in books

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Check out my new website where I will be blogging all about Forever Dark, my newest book.

Forever Dark Release

Posted: February 19, 2018 in books


Forever Dark is now available to purchase at these links:

Cover reveal

Posted: February 15, 2018 in books

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Cover reveal

Posted: February 15, 2018 in books

I haven’t been on here in a long long time, but I have been busy writing two new books 🙂

The first is to be released on the 18th February and it’s called Forever Dark and the second by the end of March. I am over the moon with the cover, which was created by my publisher Tyffani Clark, owner of side street cookie publishing, and am more than pleased to reveal it to you.

Come and join us at the cover reveal event:

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As a writer, you can create your own world, characters and surroundings, which is what I love most about it, but the worst thing about being a writer, besides the endless hours of cursing, editing and stressing over whether your manuscript is good enough, is the fact that it is only fantasy. I can disappear for hours in my creative world, living the excitement, interacting with characters that I’ve created, but then outside of that, it’s back to the world out of my control. It’s quite sad really, much like when you read a really good book and can’t get it out of your head. You want to live that life, and meet those characters.

New book

Posted: May 13, 2017 in books


And I’m submitting it anyway 😀 I’ve worked long and hard on this book, and for those of you who have read the Twisted Bloodlines series, there are a few familiar characters in it 😀 This will be a two book mini series, and I’m about to dive on in with the second book 😀

Nothing is ever really yours

Posted: January 19, 2017 in books


In life, nothing is really yours. The house that you have can quite easily be taken if you fall into difficulty and can’t afford to pay the mortgage/rent. The same applies to your possessions should you fall on hardship, they also can be taken through repossession to pay off debt. Even your own children can be taken away from you. Many people have fallen victim to debt. Prices are constantly rising and for most, their outgoings exceed their incoming. It’s easy to say keep up your payments and then there won’t be a problem,but until you live on the poverty line you won’t understand just how hard it can be. The same applies for losing your children. Not all those people are bad parents, depression, spiteful people and dire circumstances play major factors in most cases. Anyone can fall victim to any one of these situations. You can’t even claim that your mind is your own, Alzheimer’s, schizophrenia and other mental health issues can easily take it from you.

A dim view of life,but sadly true for many people. I guess the moral of the story is,enjoy things while you can and don’t judge people for their losses until you’ve been there yourself. I’ve seen many programs and people who have suffered these things and had no other options available to them.


Posted: November 5, 2016 in books


You can escape many things, but not yourself. When things are tough the advice is “take a break” or “just ignore it” but you can’t ignore your own mind. Sometimes, it’s so bad that you can’t even function properly. Your brain goes a million miles a minute, “if I do this” or “maybe I should consider that.” You can’t deal with one thing at a time, because everything is buzzing around in your head. When the kids are on your case, you plead for some time alone but then you’re left with the chaos in your mind and you desperately seek a distraction. It’s hard being the one in control, the Decision maker, the problem solver, and the comforter, especially when all you want is for everything to go away. You’re alone, yet surrounded by people all looking to you for guidance when you can’t even sort through the mess in your head. How can you make a decision, the right decision, when everyone around you wants different things? Only you are in charge and it’s not fair that you have to carry this burden, the heavy weight of what’s right and wrong, but by who?  Somehow it doesn’t matter what you feel or want because you know that ultimately, the decision will be what’s best for everyone else and not you, forever to be a prisoner of your own mind.

My day

Posted: October 4, 2016 in books