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Normal is good enough

Between 2014 and 2017, I worked in communications at a Big Four professional services firm. A saying popular among us (and which definitely still flies across the dividers of those white and orange workstations) was: “The reward for good work is more work.” They stayed true to that quip. Once, I got some recognition at […]

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Going, Going, Gone Freelance

Hey all! Good news: I’m now open to new freelance work. If you know anyone looking to hire for any of these services listed below, send them my way! Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Upwork | LinkedIn 1. Ghostwriting I write stories, pieces and (e)books under 20,000 words, with or without a byline. I especially write […]

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All the good stuff since Milford

So, things have gone haywire since I returned from Milford. By haywire, I mean lotsa stuff’s been happening, even though I barely talk about it. Jeremy Szal over at Starship Sofa finally got “Places” an audio reprint available for free listening. I answered Afoma Umesi’s 21 Questions about books, reading, Dead White Men™ and diversity over […]

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Journey so far: July 2017

So, it’s mid-year already, and the rains are coming down hard. I’m sitting in bed at midnight, trying to put together the disjointed pieces of my activities in WriterLand so far this year. As each puzzle piece clicks into place and the picture nears completion, it dawns on me that I’ve done so much more […]

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“Sleep Papa, Sleep” now out in Lights Out: Resurrection (Plus: Cover reveal)

So, my horror story “Sleep Papa, Sleep” is featured in this brand new anthology titled Lights Out: Resurrection, just released by The Naked Convos. See gorgeous cover below. From the horse’s mouth: Lights Out: Resurrection is an anthology that explores what happens when that which we thought dead returns seeking vengeance, when sins we thought hidden resurface to […]

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Journey so far: October 2016

So, things have been quite slow to kick off this year in WriterLand. Of course, this has lots to do with me spending a chunk of January through May trying to get my other lives in order. By the time I turned my beam back to writing, of course June had already caught up with me and I had less than six months to […]

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On Becoming The Writer

So, this week, I was crowned The Writer at TNC’s Pan-African online writing contest that spanned 4 weeks, writing stories following predetermined themes each week. Do I feel any different? Yes. And, no. The contest came at a terrible time for me. I had an exam to write and design classes to keep up with. […]