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Thanks for dropping by my author page.  I write for fun and, let’s be honest, quite possibly therapy, and have done for more years than I care to remember.  My stories tend to be a little strange, but I suppose that describes me to a certain extent – and I’m happy with that.

Here you’ll find a little of me, my list of books and stories and where to buy them, Sin’s blog (thoughts and experiences from within the asylum) and much more…



Posted by on Jan 15, 2018 in giveaway, news | 0 comments

My latest newsletter is now available, with an update of what’s been happening recently and news of an upcoming Sin related giveaway!


The Dogs of War

Posted by on Dec 29, 2017 in Free, news, Tap, Wattpad Stars | 0 comments

Tap is a platform made for quick stories. As such there’s lots of romance and horror on the platform. As a horror writer, this is great, though I’ve also read (and written) more humorous pieces too, such as my Dog’s Life one. 
But, does poetry work? Can it? 

I think it can and this is why I’ve written The Dogs of War, a story in which a couple correspond through poetry. Edward is in a war zone and his wife wanted him to write about how the terrible things he sees affect him. Perhaps, after reading his words, she regretted her request.

Read the story here! 



Posted by on Dec 1, 2017 in Nanowrimo, news, short story, Tap, Wattpad, Wattpad Stars | 0 comments

November is a month that I’ve feared for a long time. So many of my amazing writer friends sign up to this strange thing called Nanowrimo and lose themselves for a month.

I thought about doing it myself, often. Then I realised how silly I was being and didn’t. I’m easily in awe I’d those that did, however. FIFTY THOUSAND WORDS! Doesn’t it sound like a lot?

Well, it is. 

But, my good friend Rachel Meinke, @knightsrachel on Wattpad and pretty much everywhere else, bullied me into having a go. By bullied, I mean she said I could do it, she had faith.

The result is Dorthy

Dorthy is a ‘savage’ retelling of The Wizard of Oz – though, if I was doing a retelling, you wouldn’t expect anything else, would you? Dorothy finds herself in a strange land full of zombies, werewolves and a serial killing metal man who’s trying to rebuild himself from the body parts of his victims!

Oh, and a ghost dog. 

The comments for Dorthy have been amazing so far. I’ve been told it’s readers’ favourite story of mine. I’ve been told it’s beautiful. Nasty. So many more.

And, did I make the 50k?

Yes. Yes I did! And the story is still going strong! 

You can find Dorthy here on Wattpad if you’d like to go somewhere over the rainbow!


Posted by on Oct 3, 2017 in news, short story, Tap, Wattpad | 0 comments

Over on Tap, it’s day three of Hellmonth! Check out my story The Pickup! 

Megan’s dad is in his way to collect her… But is something else after her too? 


Tapping IT

Posted by on Sep 5, 2017 in blog, books, horror, news, Tap, Uncategorized, Wattpad | 0 comments

When I first moved into horror, both in my reading and my writing, there was one author I aspired to. I loved (love) Clive Barker, Dean Koontz and many more, but the writer I read the most, and wished to be, was Stephen King. I read all his books, including his memoir and writing guide On Writing. One of my absolute favourites was, and still is, IT. Yes, it can be heavy going at times, but the essence of the story, the cast and the ‘baddie’ are classic.

Pennywise. How many characters have captured the imagination of and terrified so many?

Of course, Tim Curry’s portrayal was iconic. It will be so difficult to beat him, but Bill Skarsgård looks to be equalling Curry’s might. And I can’t wait.

Released this Friday, the 8th of September, IT is already being applauded by critics. So, why am I telling you this? Well…

As you may know, I’ve worked on some amazing campaigns for Wattpad. The Purge: Anarchy, Sinister II, The Boy, Goosebumps, DC Comics and Incarnate. Wow. I’m amazed at how lucky I’ve been. Now, Wattpad, earlier this year, launched their Tap platform. Tap brought a new style of stories to the world – that of text conversations. It’s been a massive success and I have loads of stories on there. Recently, the people behind Tap, Wattpad and Warner Brothers got their heads together for the movie. They wanted a story based on the film and… they wanted… ME to write it!

Yes, ME! I was stunned. I’d previously written my ‘Imagines’ story To Kill a King, in which you, the reader, were shown the King’s secrets. It would always be a dream to work with or for or in some way to do with Stephen King. And, yet again, Wattpad made that dream come true.

So. Do you want to join The Loser’s Club? Do you want to venture into The Barrens? If you haven’t already got the app (it’s free), download it now and then you can float too…..!


The Superheroes of Brazil

Posted by on Jul 17, 2017 in blog, news, Writer's musings... | 0 comments

I spoke, in my last post, about the writing workshop I’d given at a local school (Ormiston South Parade Academy) and how much I enjoyed it.

Well, today, I had the chance to visit the school again and talk to first year pupils in Miss Huddleston’s Brazil class. My youngest daughter happens to be a pupil in the class and, I’m told, was pretty excited about her dad going in for a chat.  He’s an author, apparently. She may have mentioned it once or twice.

I wondered if I’d find this a tougher job than previously. Miss Harding’s Italy class was wonderful and was thoroughly engaged in creating the story. Being a couple of years younger, I wasn’t sure if Brazil would want to join in or would keep their concentration – I know what my little girl is like!

I need not have worried. Not at all. I had, yet again, the most fantastic time.

I was asked if I wanted the children seated on the carpet around me or at their desks.  As they were already gathered around, I opted for this. It was more informal and less like a class. Before I had really had the chance to introduce myself, they started asking questions. I couldn’t help but smile. There was I, wondering if I’d be able to get the children interested and actively participate, and they blew me away!

It was wonderful, from start to finish. I spoke about my books, my writing journey and read some of my work. The children were inquisitive and they were genuinely interested. They were a delight. I was so proud to be standing in front of my daughter’s class talking about my dreams and achievements.

Then we came to the exercise part of the session. The class’s topic at the moment is Superheroes (how cool). I’d deliberately worn my Superman t-shirt and Batman socks for the occasion. We were going to create a story, or more accurately a poem, all about superheroes. My favourite children’s book is The Gruffalo, one they’d recently read, so we were going to follow the story but with a super twist. I left all the choices to them, with me writing down the suggestions they made and then having a show of hands to decide what we’d use.

Firstly we needed the main character. As the new Doctor Who was announced yesterday, the wonderful Jodie Whittaker, they wanted the superhero to be female. Powers or no powers? Well, Superman can fly and has x-ray and laser eyes. Batman has no such abilities, and it was this that had the vote. How about a name? The animals we’d meet, instead of The Gruffalo’s fox, snake and owl? The monster? The setting? The name? For every aspect, the class had so many brilliant choices. Here they are:


  • Woodpecker
  • Dog
  • Cat

Character Name

  • Superlady
  • Catgirl
  • Harley
  • Super Jasper
  • Lee
  • Agent Eagle Eyes
  • Super Noah
  • Betty
  • Leah
  • Rebecca
  • Super Roxy
  • Red


  • Loud monster
  • Dragon
  • Tarantula
  • Lava monster
  • Professor fish


  • Lava cave
  • Stream
  • Dark woods
  • Invisible bridge
  • Dark hole
  • Volcano
  • Car with a magical road
  • Dinosaur filled woods


  • The Adventures of Roxy the Superhero (you’ll see why in a moment)
  • The Horrible Woods
  • Roxy and the Invisible Bridge
  • Roxy and the Invisible Hole
  • Roxy and the Invisible Trap
  • The Dark Hole
  • The Adventures of the Lava Monster
  • The Terror Forest

As there was a stuffed raccoon called Roxy watching me in the class (she had sneaked up behind me without my noticing), it was soon decided that she would be the star of our show. From the myriad suggestions, we narrowed it down to… (drumroll please):

Super Roxy is a black suited raccoon who lives in the woods with an invisible bridge and a large, dark hole. She meets a woodpecker, a dog and a cat whilst doing battle with a lava monster. The title (due to a draw) will be The Adventures of Roxy the Superhero in the Terror Forest! And, if I can, it will be written to the tune of The Gruffalo! Well, they certainly made it easy for me – not!

So, let’s begin.

The Adventures of Roxy the Superhero in the Terror Forest

A raccoon took a stroll

Through the deep, dark wood.

The raccoon saw a lava monster

Up to no good

She ran up a tree

To put on her black suit

Then ran back down

As the beast melted the roots

It disappeared across a bridge

That nobody could see

And vanished down a hole

So dark nobody could see

Hmmm… it’s not quite to the tune of The Gruffalo. I’ll work on it and see what I can come up with. Perhaps, it’ll be a continuation of what I’ve written above, if matching the rhythm becomes a little difficult, but I’ll certainly do my best.

Either way, I’d like to say a huge thank you to the children of Miss Huddleston’s Brazil class. Your teacher commented that the workshop had been amazing. I can only agree. It was amazing, she was amazing and you, the pupils, were amazing. You were all superheroes!

Imaginings of Italy

Posted by on Jul 16, 2017 in blog, news, Writer's musings... | 2 comments


Writing is a wonderful thing. Reading is up there along with it too. Since I’ve been able to hold a pen, I’ve written.  Since I’ve been able to figure out that those letters thrown across the page were actually words and meant something, I’ve read.

I truly believe that such things can not only broaden one’s vocabulary, but their horizons too. I’m the perfect example – I’ve had a bestseller, travelled, met amazing people and written for the movies. It’s an amazing feeling when people you’ve never met tell you something you’ve written is their favourite story.

So, I am more than happy when I can pass this love for the written word onto others, particularly children.

Last Thursday, I was invited by the wonderful Miss Harding of Italy class at Ormiston South Parade Academy, which my own daughter attends, to give a literacy workshop. The school genuinely is a fantastic establishment. We moved our older daughter there (she’s since moved up to senior school) from one where she was having numerous issues. She began to flourish immediately with their positive attitude towards learning.  My youngest, there now, is enjoying the same experience.

I was delighted to be asked, of course. I was a little unsure what I might talk about. My books, obviously, but what else? What could I bring to them that would engage and inspire their imaginations?

After chatting about my work and my achievements, which I hoped would give them some aspirations and see that it’s good to follow a dream because they do, sometimes, come true, we worked together on a story. When I say we worked together, that’s exactly what happened. In turn, they wrote it, line by line. I guided them and the energy displayed by the children was so infectious. The enthusiasm, a delight. Many were practically jumping from their chairs with their hands up to offer the next line and the next and the next. I was so very proud.

I’ve been told that they spoke afterwards about how I inspired them. That’s quite humbling.

I have said that I’ll take their work and write it into a story myself. I will indeed but, in the meantime, here’s what they came up with. The title is theirs.

Power in Need by Miss Hardin’s Italy Class

Jess, the Red Queen, stole a super delicate shoe. It was a magic show. It took you anywhere you wanted. It takes you to a dark place but she thought it took you to a nice place.

She landed in dark place under the sea with dark spiders.  There was a figure that made an orb. They destroy all the world and blow it up. The final ingredient is a human soul but a powerful one. A ritual had to be performed. He wanted revenge so the people had to fly out. He needed three ingredients. The first one is a broken bone, rotten pizza, uranium 192. The figure lurked in the underworld with the spiders by his side.

Jess had to escape. She found a decoy so she found clothes to make it look like her for the ritual. The spiders went after the decoy while Jess was escaping. The figure created an unidentifiable creature to catch her. She was stealing the orb and she fell into a trap.

She wanted to warn the villagers that the ingredients were at her castle but they didn’t believe her because she was horrid. She took it to her castle to destroy it. The figure and the spiders captured her. She is in danger so she doesn’t break out. While he sets up the ritual, after an hour or two, the creature that the figure summoned came to rescue Jess.

At the last minute the figure realised that the uranium has gone. Only Jess knew where the uranium was kept, so the figure forced the creature to release her so she can help the figure find it. Jess leads the figure down to the basement while the creature was locked in the dungeons. Jess pours the uranium on him after finding it is his weakness. The she takes the orb, running away.

Now she has the power she always needed.

As you can see, the children of Italy class have a wonderful imagination. Both Miss Harding, a lovely person and talented teacher, and I were left open mouthed by their suggestions. I’ve been invited back next year and I can honestly say I can’t wait.



Posted by on Jul 10, 2017 in books, news, promotion, Tap, Wattpad | 0 comments

The robots are rebelling! Run for the…!

Oh wait.

No, it’s fine. I think. 

OK. Try again. The robots are uprising, but not in reality – as far as I know. But, over on Wattpad’s Tap app platform, there’s a new story series! 

If you swipe for the story categories, you’ll see Robot Uprising. Drop into their and you’ll find a host of brand new work but fantastic authors, all related to robots (and technology) gone wrong! 

Included in the collection is a story by me entitled Give You My Heart. It follows Ben, unlucky in love, who tries out internet dating. Things don’t go quite according to plan… 

You can find Give You My Heart here: Give You My Heart


Happy Birthday Harry Potter

Posted by on Jun 26, 2017 in blog, news, Writer's musings... | 2 comments

Twenty years is a long time. It’s like, pretty much, two whole decades, isn’t it?

Yes, twenty years. So much can happen in that time. Here’s just a handful of the advances we’ve seen – some epic, some useful and others just cool:

·   Stem cell research

·   Tivo

·   Genome sequencing

·   Smartphones

·   Large Hadron Collider

·   Mars Curiosity Lander

·   Flat screen TVs

·   WiFi

·   Bluetooth

·   Xbox Live

·   Social Networking

·   Wearable technology

Amazingly, many of these things feel like they’ve always been here. What did we do without WiFi (well, I can remember <shudder>)? One thing not listed above, among many others of course, is something I can’t actually believe is celebrating its twentieth birthday today. Or should I say ‘his’?

Mr. Potter, please step forward!

Yup, the mighty Harry Potter is twenty years old today. The Philosopher’s Stone was released on this day back in 1997. I’m shocked at this. The Potter phenomenon shows no sign of dying out (thankfully) and is, in fact, gaining momentum. With theme parks, attractions and new films in the same universe – I’m looking at you Fantastic Beasts – Harry Potter continues his world domination.

I remember going to see the first film. It was at a small, three screen cinema in my home town of Grimsby. The only time I’d seen that amount of enthusiasm for a film there was when Tim Burton’s Batman came out. My friends started queuing for Gotham’s finest at 8am. I and another friend joined them at about 1pm – we were covering for them at the training centre we were all meant to be at. For Harry Potter, it was a scene so many times more impressive. I don’t believe the staff there had any real idea of what to anticipate. I had pre-booked the tickets so had to join a certain queue. Those who hadn’t were in another line. The problem was,because there were so many people, the lines crossed (don’t cross the streams!). The staff had no real idea who had paid and who hadn’t. They just needed to get them into the screen.

I also remember reading the first book. I had a copy from the US, where it was called The Sorcerer’s Stone and had ‘jello’ in. Of course, for those of you across the pond, this is normal. Way back then, the world was a much smaller place so it was a bizarre occurrence for me.

So. Harry Potter has shot the lovely J.K. Rowling through the stratosphere and well done to her. She has shown us mere mortal writers that you can come from nowhere and conquer the world. Or at least your own fears.

Harry, happy birthday. 

J.K Rowling tweets…

Tap Your Own Ending

Posted by on Jun 25, 2017 in books, Free, horror, news, Tap | 0 comments

Dare you go down into cellar? If you do, then you make the rules, thanks to the latest innovation from Wattpad’s amazing Tap app!

If you haven’t heard of it yet, TAP is an app from the Wattpad team that redefines how you read stories. Do you find it difficult to fit in the time to read a story. Do you get so far then are unable to revisit the chapter for weeks due to life getting in the way?

If so, TAP may well be the answer to your escapism dreams.

The format turns a tale into a text. You delve into the minds and lives of two or more people chatting to each other by phone. As it’s name suggests, you go through the conversation by tapping an area at the bottom of the screen thus revealing the next message. And maybe the best part? You can generally read the whole thing in five minutes! Yup!

You might think that’s fairly limited,but I have to disagree! The range of stories on Tap is amazing. You have horror, romance, Fanfiction and so much more. And now, you have the ability to make the story your own. 

Wattpad have introduced Choose Your Own Ending!

That’s right! As you make your way through the conversation, you are given choices. Open the door or climb the ladder. Eat the pasta or throw it in their face. You decide. 

In the case of my latest Tap story, you… Well, I’ll let you discover for yourself. Suffice to say, there’s a zombie in your cellar. Maybe the last one. And you just have to investigate…