My BA honors degree in English Literature and Creative writing combined with work experience using various media platforms including blogs, websites, social media, press releases and most recently working at the Guardian Media Group with the Observer magazine has given me awareness of the appropriation of content for different mediums, audiences and purposes. Taking on freelance work on top of my part time job and studies has helped to strengthen my organisation skills and the ability to produce quality content to deadlines, receiving constructive, professional criticism when necessary. I wish to further pursue a career in writing.
During my degree I wrote monthly for an online blog at Inspiring Interns as well as working for a local charity on their website and social media. This included posts about student life as well as information on the charity, events and news which was frequently updated. Since then I have had a letter to the editor published in the hugely popular Writing Magazine, an article published in Cotswold Life Magazine and recently I have signed a publishing contract for my first novel.
- Member of the Society of Authors since September 2019
- Contract with Austin Macauley Publishers since October 2019
Grade C A level in English Literature (2013)
2:1 level BA Hons degree in English Literature and Creative Writing (2017)
Books and e-books
Dear Brannagh (debut novel)
Hobbies and Interests
Without sounding cliché and being perfectly honest, my main hobbies are writing. On top of my professional work I maintain a blog, read lots of writing magazines and even occasionally try my hand at poetry. Other interests and hobbies include walking, reading as much as possible of other people’s work (currently Quite by Claudia Winkleman), listening to music and taking in as much information via the radio and podcasts to enhance my life.