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grey and red knitting on coloured needles in front of washing machines

Knit happens

You know the mind squirrels, right? The thoughts that chase each other around your head at the precise point when you know you need to stop thinking those thoughts.

Independent communications adviser

I am a communications professional with over twenty years’ experience in both private and public sector.  I can create, deliver and measure strategic internal and external communications campaigns using a broad range of channels. I enjoy coaching people to communicate more clearly, improving engagement and understanding. Your independent adviser I can provide you with independent…
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1958 film poster for a film called Carve Her Name with Pride. Poster shows Virginia McKenna in fatigues, holding a rifle.

Carve her name…with pride

Two years ago, me and a friend started a project. Carve her name tells the story, day by day, of women’s achievements throughout history. I’m putting my name to it now as I’ve spent the last few months bringing all the facets of my work together, working out how they fit to create one version…
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publicity photo from The Last Jedi

Who buried Paul, and audience’s need to create meaning

A 1999 talk on the ‘Paul is dead’ fan theory can teach us a lot about how audiences create stories from a few facts.

Fictional work

I am a professionally published fiction author, covering a range of formats and styles. I enjoy world-building both within shared universes and on my own. Novels Doctor Who: History 101 The Doctor, Fitz and Anji are caught up in a battle of perception during the Spanish Civil War. This Doctor Who historical novel is part…
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Non-fictional work

I am a professionally published writer on genre and gender. Highlighted essay Scheherazade and Galahad in an Exciting Adventure with the Daleks is available in Companion Piece: Women Celebrate the Humans, Aliens and Tin Dogs of Doctor Who. Edited by L.M. Myles and Liz Barr. (Mad Norwegian Press, 2015) print amazon | kindle | kobo…
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