Sally didn’t like having a bedtime. Mummy and Daddy didn’t have a bedtime, so why should she?
You know the problem with parents? They’re always there. I mean, it’s usually bad enough, but since the whole coronavirus… Read more Short Story – Lockdown (and the Problem With Parents)
Back in 2013 I attended the first ever Big Comedy Conference. As you may have guessed from the title of… Read more Five Ways the Big Comedy Conference Changed my Life
A few years back I wrote a sweet little story about the concept of Heaven. It was the first ever… Read more Short Story – Heaven
I really enjoyed Dracula. The opening episode is one of the most compelling first episodes of television I’ve watched in… Read more Shining Some Light on Dracula
It might just be me, but the ad just doesn’t really work, right?
Schools don’t teach great writing habits. Here’s why.
The title is clever. The song is stupid.
People have a natural desire to see the world as a series of beginnings and endings. Sunrise, sunset. Summer, winter.… Read more The Perpetual Motion of Content Marketing
After Fundraising Magazine named me one of their 25 Under 35, they invited me to be part of a talk they were… Read more Giving Databases Their Fairy-Tale Ending