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I write for Dogs Monthly. I’ve also written for the Dalesman magazine and more recently did a series of articles for an advertising campaign, for The Guardian online and Direct Line insurance.

I’m always willing to consider commissioned writing projects and basically anything writing-related!

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2 Comments on “Contact me.

  1. Hi,
    This is my first time here. Just wondered if you saw the Harvest moon this morning. I don’t remember the last time I saw such a large moon early in January. Of course I could not stop to take a picture as I had to hustle to work. I live in northern Minnesota.

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    • Hi and thanks for stopping by. Unfortunately, I didn’t see the moon this morning, but I will be looking out for it.
      I hope you get to take a picture of it at some point.
      Good to meet you and I’ll stop by your blog, if you have one.


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