The following piece was intended for a publication that never came into fruition, but as another part of my heart shatters with each day that drags us closer to the final day my alma mater Torry Academy closes its doors for the final time...well, I knew I couldn't aban...


Today I shame myself as a writer, for I am entirely at a loss for words. I recently headed down to Rodmell, Lewes, to Monk's House, the National Trust property that was once home to Virginia and Leonard Woolf. Considering I'm madly in love with Virginia Woolf, this was...


This is a sponsored post; these items were sent to me from Truffle Shuffle for the purposes of review.

Sometimes in life, two elements can come together to create something beyond one's wildest dreams. The two most magical realms in cinema - Disney and Harry Potter - ha...


If you follow this link on Sunday 9th July, you'll join in with my twelve-hour live stream to raise money for Standard Issue.

Each one of us, we all must stand united. A sisterhood in a flailing world of testosterone and hipster beards and Y-fronts and Y chromosomes and...


Happy 26th May, the release date for my fifth book - and fourth novel - Death of the English Rose!

This is the second book in the Hallow series, following on from Hallow Be Thy Name. The novel can be purchased in both paperback and ebook internationally from Amazon site...


It's finally May, which means it's the first month of the Super Ink Movie Club! I know, I know. I've been going on about this for weeks now. But at last we can...


Just a quick update today to say that my title and cover reveal for my latest novel is finally up!

I'll be back soon with more information, but in the meantime you can watch the video below to find out about the novel ahead of its publication on 26th May 2017.



'Did all women have something of the witch about them?' asks Helen Steadman's upcoming novel Widdershins

Described as a tale of women who were persecuted and the men who condemned them, Widdershins will be published by Impress Books on 1st July 2017. Ahead of its...


Faultless dialogue, effortless wit, and a genuine tour de force - The Miser is the richest comedy currently gracing the West End.

Admittedly, I'd never heard of Morièle's The Miser before, but if you ask me if I'd like to see Lee Mack on stage them I'm going to say...


I love Hampstead.

I love crime fiction.

If one were to combine the two, I'd present to them my heart on a platter constructed from bark from the Heath.

This is exactly what Aga Lesiewicz offers with her 2016 psychological thriller Rebound. The novels protagonist Anna Wrig...

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