Business: I’m Featured in the Guardian Small Business Showcase

Today, I awoke to discover that I have been featured in The Guardian Small Business Showcase.

I am very excited by this. I have always wanted to be in The Guardian – ideally featured in their books section as a bold, fearless, scribing genius. However, as an opener this is fantastic! I have also joined The Guardian small business network with the hope of gleaning inspiration and guidance.

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I am speaking at few Women’s Institutes in the next couple of months:

Ringwood WI – 17th September 2015

Bushton & Clyffe WI – 15th October 2015

Corsham WI – 20th October 2015

Bramley WI – 22nd October 2015

North Swindon WI – 9th February 2016

Oakley Dean WI – 12th April 2016

New Milton Sands WI – 20th June 2016


In addition, I am seeking representation and commissioning for my film project:


‘Ugly Birds’ – sex, love, war, memoir & feminism in 2012

Love & War
Love & War

I’m dreaming of working with Danny Boyle as the director as I know he wants to venture into animation, plus he’s progressive:

Cast leads:

Helena Bonham Carter – Clare

Ewan Macgregor – Richard

A girl can dream!

My memoir ‘Looking For Mr Rabbit’ is coming along nicely as I reach tentatively into Chapter 4.

Rabbit Revenge

Here’s my debut performance at the Rondo Theatre:

Rondo Theatre Bath



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