Have you ever sat and listened to the ludicrous waffle spouted by the right wing in the US when it comes to transgender people using the toilets for their actual gender rather than their birth assigned sex? Have you sat and read the articles on how it puts our children at risk of assault, etc. … Continue reading The bathroom debate
So a friend posted that they've worked with Goop magazine recently. This has given me huge issues. I get that they were working with a particular friend who was featured in the magazine, but here's the thing, Gwyneth Paltrow is a hack. Her website advocates crap like Autism Speaks without challenge. In articles such as … Continue reading Beware the healthy mommy blogger
I'm tired. Perhaps that's the hardest thing to explain. Because when I say I'm tired, I don't mean that I'm just 'tired', I mean that I'm tired to my very soul. I'm tired of being a chronic pain patient. I'm tired of being in pain all the time, I'm tired of having to explain … Continue reading I’m tired
If you know me, or follow my work, you know I'm an avid supporter of Claudia Christian's C Three Foundation and the work they do in advocating The Sinclair Method of treating Alcohol Use Disorder. They are celebrating their 5th birthday this month with a fundraising silent auction and have a goal of $5k. Let's … Continue reading C Three Foundation is 5 years old this month
As I'm a Young Adult author, this Tuesday I thought I'd share with you my top ten favourite books from my youth. These books go back to the earliest chapter books I remember reading, onwards to books I read as a teenager. They may look like a random mix of books, but they are the … Continue reading Tuesday Top 10 – Books from my youth
An intimate theatre setting is always going to be my favourite. Small audiences, close to the stage, no matter where’re you’re sitting, and that feeling of the fourth wall being so close that you literally are the fly on the wall (and for this drama student a throwback to the days of drama studios and … Continue reading The Cherry Orchard – Two hours of your life you won’t want back.
It's January, I have a release coming up in less than two months, I'm quite frankly, so busy, my blog has been neglected in favour of my newsletter (sign up in the footer). My journal and my meditation have gone to pot, and I'm still trying to submit to The Mighty, keep on top of … Continue reading Sometimes we put in more than we get out
.... almost. This year seems to have flown by in a flurry of activity that has been never ending. There's been a tonne of stress and bodily pain and dealing with a lot of things I really wish I hadn't had to. But overall I'm ending 2017 with a grateful heart. An exceptionally grateful heart. … Continue reading So this is Christmas….
Occasionally you get an opportunity in life so rare that you have to grasp it by the neck and relish it with everything you’ve got. Yesterday was one such day. My sister and I travelled to London for various reasons and decided to stop by the TKTS booth on the off chance we could get … Continue reading #Apologia – a true West End Gem
Why not purchase both The Search for Lana and The Stolen Generation in ebook directly from me for £5? Just click on the image which will take you directly to my PayPal. From there, you'll be able to pay for the books. Just let me know which format you want the books in, .pdf, .epub, … Continue reading Looking for a holiday gift but hate going into town to shop?