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Creatives and Baggage

It’s a question I am asking myself this month, and one I haven’t got an answer to yet.  Are creatives predetermined to be a bit more free of trappings?   630 more words

Northern Sketches

How Searching for Literary Representation Doesn't Need to Equal 'Angst'

In the movie version of my writing life, submitting my novel to various literacy agencies would no doubt be full of angst, as evidenced by lots of coffee swilling, swearing, and a montage of me tossing crumpled query letters over and over again into an over flowing waste basket. 355 more words

The Writing Life

Inspired welcomes Rachel Martin to the team!

Rachel Martin has joined the Inspired team here in London as our newest Graduate Consultant. Rachel graduated from the University of Cardiff this summer with a 2:1 in Sociology. 653 more words


More and more authors now agree that traditional publishing is not the same lofty goal and heavenly realm that was held as the ultimate achievement for one wanting to write the great American page-turning book. 862 more words


Release the Kraken!

Well, the day has finally arrived.  My newest novel, Unrequited, is released upon the world for digital download. (Paperback release date to follow)

I want to take a moment to thank everyone who has helped along the way.  36 more words



I absolutely LOVED Kat Daemon’s TAMING DARKNESS, and I’m SO excited for the release of its sequel KILLING DARKNESS. Nobody writes the Devil like Kat, nobody. 330 more words