Recording So You Want To Be A Writer for Surrey Hills Radio (pic by Adam Waters)
In May 2023 I guested on the podcast One Book’s Journey with author Joanne Nelson at Write On, Door County.
In January 2023 I was a guest lecturer at Falmouth University’s online BA in creative writing, talking about opportunities for authors to work as ghostwriters.
In October 2022 I had two events at the Mole Valley Arts Alive festival in Surrey. One was a book club discussion of my novel, Ever Rest. The other was a talk about the origins of my novel Lifeform Three, which was inspired by the Surrey Hills, and my travel memoir Not Quite Lost, which has come from absolutely everywhere.
In September 2022 I once again taught a masterclass on back story for fiction, memoir and narrative non-fiction. So far it’s my most popular masterclass yet.
April 2022 – interviewing Kris Austin, CEO of Draft2Digital, and Mark Coker, CEO of Smashwords at the Alliance of Independent Authors mini-conference
February 2022 – an online class on how to write a book series. At Jane Friedman.
November 2021 – incredibly proud to be invited to open the purpose-built library block at my old school in Cheshire, UK.
In November 2021 I gave a virtual talk to the creative writing MA students at Surrey University, UK, about careers in ghostwriting.
Appearing at the Kingston Libraries digital book fair, Sept 2021
Teaching a mini-course in professional-level self-publishing at the Romantic Novelists’ Association, Sept 2021
A talk on ghostwriting at Surrey New Writers Festival, April 2021, University of Surrey
Feedback on my advanced self-editing course at Jane Friedman’s online academy, April 2021
Critiquing writers’ manuscripts for Litopia’s Pop-Up Submissions, alongside literary agent Peter Cox 2020, 2021
Teaching mini-course on self-publishing at Jericho Writers Summer Festival of Writing, 8 August 2020
Teaching writing craft webinar at Jane Friedman’s online series, 1 July 2020.
Speaking to fiction editors at the Fiction Editors Conference, Free Word Centre, Farringdon, London, 11 March 2019
Speaking to creative writing students at City University, London, about professional self-publishing 19 June 2018
At Wogan House, the BBC’s contribution studio in central London, to record interviews for local radio about Not Quite Lost. 10 November 2017, BBC Radio Devon. 16 November 2017, BBC Radio Lincolnshire and BBC Radio Wiltshire. 19 November 2017, BBC Radio Berkshire and BBC Radio Oxford. 20 November 2017, BBC Radio Bristol
With Amber Evans of the lifestyle website Muddy Stilettos, speaking at a women’s literary lunch on 5 October 2017 at the Michelin-starred Clock House Restaurant in Ripley, Surrey
Teaching the IngramSpark selfpublishing masterclass, September 2017 with co-presenters Ben Cameron (Cameron PR), Jessica Bell (author and designer) and Andy Bromley (IngramSpark) (pics by Ricardo Fayet & Robin Cutler)
Interviewed by Steph Vidal-Hall at the PowWow Festival of Writing May 2017
Preparing to go on stage at Clapham Literary Festival, May 2016, to be interviewed by Costa Award judge Elizabeth Buchan. Also pictured: JJ Anderson (pink top), JM Taylor (Vienna).
Chairing a discussion at Indie Fringe 2016 – click to watch the discussion
Speaking at the Writers & Artists Self-Publishing In The Digital Age conference November 2015 (pic by Ellie Gibbons)
About to appear on BBC Radio London’s afternoon show with Jo Good, September 2015. Best boot forwards – the previous day she interviewed Sex And The City creator Candace Bushnell.
Teaching Words of a Feather advanced editing workshop in Venice, September 2015 (pic by Henry Hyde)
I was a tutor at the Guardian creative writing summer school, August 2015. They stalked me with a camera but I haven’t seen the results yet!
Taking part in the Indie Recon festival at Foyles flagship store in London’s Charing Cross, April 2015 (pic by Joanna Penn)
Teaching a day-long intensive masterclass at WriteCon Zurich, March 2015 (pic by Libby O’Loghlin)
On a panel at the Society for Editors and Proofreaders annual conference, 2014 (pic by Ricardo Fayet)
Speaking at the Writers & Artists’ Self-Publishing In The Digital Age Conference, 2014 (pic by Henry Hyde)
Cartooned by Cathy Brett in the Books Are My Bag event, Barton’s Bookshop 2014
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