A guide to living with EDS- HT type

As it is the end of the month this is the last in my series for #edsawareness month of May. I am always interested in writing and speaking opportunities, please do get in touch if you have something I might be interested in. A guide to living with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (hypermobility type) by  Isobel Knight book […]

Fear is a block

I like to think of myself as pretty fearless, but really that isn’t true. Fear is stopping me from completing a couple of major projects right now. I have almost finished my Freelancer’s Toolkit book, it just needs a bit of editing. But I am struggling to get on and do it. But why? I […]

Sir Terry Pratchett

I was deeply grieved yesterday to hear of Sir Terry Pratchett’s death. His Discworld books have been a comfort and joy to me since I discovered them through a friend and her mum when I was fourteen. I started on The Light Fantastic and if I am honest it was a bit beyond me and […]

Round up of January’s posts elsewhere

At the end of each month I will do quick links to my writing elsewhere on the internet. I am always open to write feature posts on blogs – do get in contact.  I am also available for copywriting work! The internet steals our future selves! Ah, the Internet, how you do steal my time. […]

Working for a better outcome

I have to admit, I was prepared for this to be a righteous indignant rant about accessibility or lack there of in conferences… however it has turned into something different and rather more productive. I get a newsletter from Creative Works London on a regular basis and I was taken with the symposium More Than Accessible: […]