Published work

Published Work

Features:

Huffington Post (2017)

Stylist Online (2017)

BUST! Magazine (2017)

Stories:

Paper Mirrors – YA Writers on the Rise (Commonword, coming soon in 2018)

Sleep Softly, For I Shall Sing To You Of Far Away (Moonchild Magazine, 2017)

Into the Woods (Hic Dragones, 2017)

Mythology High (Buzz Books USA, 2013)

Derby Shorts (For Books’ Sake, 2013)

The End Was Not the End (Seventh Star Press, 2013)

Timeless (Pugalicious Press, 2012)

Carnage Vol 2 (Siren’s Call Publications, 2012)

What Would Bill Hicks Say? (Soft Skull Press, 2007)

2000AD (Prog 953, 1995)

Fiction awards and events:

Commonword Diversity Writing for Children Prize, 2016 (shortlisted YA novel, Star Burn)

Winner of 50 Word Stories Competition of the Month (50 Word Stories, 2016)

Mslexia YA Competition, 2013 (longlisted YA novel, Gateway Boy)

Msxlexia YA Competition, 2013 (longlisted YA novel, House of Sighs)

Writers’ Billboard First Novel Chapter Writing Competition, 2013 (first place, Gateway Boy)

Colonnade Competition, CJM Press, 2011 (third place, Tropicana Blues)

What Amazon readers say:

Beautifully written and well paced with believable characters

“Very, very sad story. The heroine is so strong considering her circumstances, and I loved her for that strength from the beginning.”

“The author managed to develop an exceptionally strong main character, interesting story line, and lively, believable dialogues. It’s very difficult these days to find a piece of young adult writing that would be fresh and original, because let’s face it: Pretty much everything has already been written. But the author found a way to bring something new to the table.”

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