I wrote in secret for years and then created a RP group on Twitter which involved writing live to quite a big audience every single night for two years solid. It gave me the confidence to put my words out there for people to judge. In 2014, I decided to take the plunge. I haven’t looked back since.
Izzy Moffit’s Road to Wonderland
You’d have to ask my readers. Ha. I do think I’m a better judge of what makes a memorable story now, and I’m able to be less precious over my words and make the necessary cuts without it hurting too much.
Because I think putting mental health, particularly in men, in the spotlight is important.
We have to raise awareness and let the world know that no matter how people seem on the outside, everyone has struggles. Everyone.
Always. Especially for a subject as sensitive as PTSD
Everyday life. I watch people and I study them.
Emma Scott/Amy Harmon/Kate Stewart
Twilight. It’s why I started writing seriously.