“There Is No Such Thing As A Dumb Question”

(Above quote from Carl Sagan)
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Q. Can I See Some Of Your Current Work?

Of course and with pleasure. Get in touch today to request more information and access to some of my past and current work. I can also provide you with further information about my books as well as contact details of current clients who will be happy to provide you with a reference.

Q. How Many Books Have You Written?

Up until the end of 2017, I have written twelve books, three of which are ghosted autobiographies, working with the likes of Amberley Publishing, Meyer & Meyer and The History Press. I have also contributed to three anthologies, one of which was a collection of contemporary poetry. Magazines and publications that my work has been included in include Backpass, Mayhem!, Iceni and Alt-Mu Magazine. I am also a regular contributor to the matchday programme of Championship football club Norwich City after first being approached by the club to do so in 2011.

Other publications my work has appeared in include The Times, the Daily Mail and the Eastern Daily Press which exclusively serialised extracts from one of my books in 2014. I also have media and broadcasting experience with BBC Radio Norfolk, Future Radio The Flash On Air and Chichester Hospital Radio (as one of the stations senior presenters) as well as experience of appearing on and working on television with Mustard TV.

Q. Where Are You Based?

I work out of my own office which is based at my home near Chichester in West Sussex. I am also able to work, as and when necessary, from a base in Norwich. All prospective new client meetings are held at your premises or, if it is more convenient to do so, at an agreed town or city location. This also applies to meetings with prospective and existing private clients. Distance is not an obstacle with regard to my work (see below) so do please get in touch if you are interested in working with me, no matter where you may reside in the world.

Q. Where Do You Work?

One of the joys of the digital age is that writers such as myself are not restricted by geography with reference to where we practice our work. I can therefore, with the aid of such communication mediums of conference calling and Skype, accept commissions from anywhere in the world as long as the language of both communication and work is in English. Previous and current clients are resident in West Sussex, Hampshire, Buckinghamshire, London and Norfolk as well as Germany and the USA.

Q. What Are Your Charges?

Because no two commissions are identical, the fees that I quote you will be calculated and quoted according to the type of work that I carry out for you. The major criteria that I take into consideration when preparing your quote will be either the length of the piece of work in question (word count) or the time it will take me to draft, write and complete (in hours). So, for example, fees for shorter pieces of work (eg) blogs, feature pieces and articles, will be calculated according to the word count up to a maximum of 5000 words. Whereas for longer pieces of work (over 5000 words in length) my fees will be charged at an hourly rate.

In each case, I will prepare and send you a full and detailed quote for the work you require to have done. This is a free service with no obligation on your part to accept or proceed with any further should you choose not to do so. My quotation will be personalised according to your very unique needs and objectives. I will at all times, be both professional and diligent in meeting those needs and striving to exceed your expectations in doing so.

Q. Can I Book You To Give A Talk Or Presentation At My School, Club or Society?

Yes. Get in touch to let me know more about you and what you would like me to do with and for you. I look forward to your call. I have worked as a guest speaker at various literary lunch events as well as an event MC and, on one occasion, a quizmaster!

Q. Can I Ask Something About You And Your Work That Isn’t Covered Here?

Whatever you’d like to ask, find out or discuss, informally and completely and utterly without any sort of obligation, give me a call.

Remember, "...there is no such thing as a dumb question".
So ask away, let’s talk.