From radio scripts to documentaries, local newspaper tales about runaway shopping trolleys, comedy, poetry and novels… I’m a writer first and foremost.
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I’ve passed my NCTJ Diploma exams in Media Law, Public Affairs and Reporting and worked for a local London paper. One of these days I’ll get round to taking my shorthand exam and being all proper like.
is a 6-part radio sitcom about the lives and relationships of a small team of Leisure Centre employees. I’m producing it this year as part of the new suite of programmes launching with Podcast Pioneers.
I have written two novels and am currently working on the next two. All are works of fiction.
My first fictional novel, “Progress”, is a mystery about a dispirited young man’s experience of deception and the unexpected path to personal truth. I wrote this in my early twenties but spent the latter part tweaking it and redrafting. Then I stuck in on Kindle Create. Power to the people!
“On Paradise Row” is a fiction about a man’s pursuit of fame and acclaim as he seeks to shake off the legacy of his mother’s mental illness.
If you’d like to know a little more, please get in touch for a blurb, synopsis or extracts. For those interested in seeing a full manuscript, feel free to get in touch via email also: firstname.lastname@example.org