Over the years I have written for a number of different websites. You can find links to these here -ya know, just in case you wondered what else I’ve been up to.

This (in theory, I’ll keep checking to make sure. I don’t want to annoy some-one as awesome as you) should show you everything I have written for Career Geek – all of which is about careers (surprise!) and uni life.

One of my blogs about careers also features on Alex Singleton’s website.

I also write most of the blogs for Croft Mill, as well as some of the product descriptions on www.croftmill.co.uk.

A while a go, I was writing for Handbagfairy.co.uk, you can see a small selection here:

More Ketchup than Salsa book review

Oxford Uni’s date rape scandal

DNA Dating (Yes, this is an actual thing)

If you feel like splashing the cash (or at least 77p) you can read my dissertation via kindle! It’s a psychological thriller in novella form, which revolves around a murderous mystery. *Starts humming Midsummer Murder theme tune*

I’ve also written for Itchy City Guides Manchester, yet they have since shut down (presumably) and removed their webpage. Sad Times.

In my marketing work for Croft Mill I have also written press releases that have featured in  national magazines in print on social media, and executed successful multi-channel campaigns to win the store 1st place for Best Independent Northern Retail Store and 3rd Best Online Store in the British Sewing Awards 2014.

I have also wrote the editorial for a Q&A session with the Croft Mill Managing Director for Issue 29 of HomeMaker Magazine

If you’ve got something that needs to be written, but just can’t find the words; please email me to discuss freelance rates.



  1. September 16, 2015 / 10:21 pm

    You are a good writer. I liked your piece on Corbyn particularly.

    • September 17, 2015 / 8:54 pm

      Thank you, that comment has made my day!

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