One-to-ones in professional writing

I’m now offering confidential one-to-ones to help you hone your professional writing. Click here for more information.

New Article for Collected

My article for the RLF’s Collected on Clean Language – What Would You Like to Have Happen? – is now live.

Fanning the Flames

The No More Heroes anthology from PS Publishing, which includes my story Fanning the Flames, an alternate history based on the life of Dead or Alive’s Pete Burns, is now available for pre-order.

The Time Capsule

There’s another new exercise posted on the Think Feel Write website.

The Writer as Outsider

Another of my Vox RLF podcast contributions is now available: The Writer as Outsider.

Life-changing Literature

My second contribution to the RLF’s Vox audio series is now available: Life-changing Literature – the work of Joel Lane. Related: A Death in the Family.

I’ve launched Think. Feel. Write.!

This has been inspired by my personal experiences of the therapeutic benefits of writing, and my work with the Royal Literary Fund, both as a Fellow and as part of the Social Sector Projects initiative.

Studies show that expressive or reflective writing can help us find direction, reduce stress, and have both short- and long-term health benefits. You can subscribe to site updates, read articles, try some exercises, and there’s a TFW Twitter profile. Please share with anyone you feel might be interested.


Following on from my previous post, Progress?, here’s my latest piece for the Royal Literary Fund’s online magazine, CollectedTypeface: in Praise of Typewriters. You can find my previous Collected-related post here.