Death Is A Terrible House Guest
Death Is A Terrible House Guest is a short prose chapbook. When the narrator of the book is about to lose someone close to them, they soon discover that Death has moved into their house to the wait for the relative's passing. Harsh but endearing, Death amuses himself by moving things around the house, playing Connect Four, and making an awful lot of tea...
This short pamphlet is an open discussion around eating disorders, recovery and our (ever-)changing relationship with food and our bodies.
When the body of a young woman, Jenni Grantham, is found abandoned, DI Melanie Watton and her team are called to investigate. It soon becomes apparent that the murder, the method and the appearance of the victim, is something they have seen before.
When twenty-two-year-old Gillian Thompson returns from university for the summer, it is apparent there is tension at home. An irritant to her father and a concern to her mother, Gillian’s home life is less than ideal...
A Z-hearted Guide to Heartache
This is a bite-size collection of poetry in which I tackle heartache, disability, and a lot of food (not in every single poem, admittedly) and it has to be said that this is a very personal and honest publication for me.
The Women You Were Warned About
The Women You Were Warned About: Answers to absent questions is a short story collection that tackles taboos in female behaviours. An experimental collection, this book will answer questions that may have been best left unasked.