Facebook Cover Design

A cover design made as a prize for a contest I held to name the main character in my new book.

Novelette Complete

During my current and past project, I have been writing a Novelette to accompany my art. (Note: A Novelette is 7,500 words to 17,000 words in length) It is now on Wattpad. To read it, click the cover below. Warning: Some scenes within the story may be distressing for some readers. Readers discretion is advised.

The Perfect World In Comparison

  After this, I decided to do a short story to accompany my work in a form of explaining my thought process. Here are some of my photographs which I edited and used to illustrate the short story: Link to the book: https://www.wattpad.com/story/98178612-just-another-number

‘We’re Lost’ Book Cover

I began writing this book over five years ago, and it was popular, but was taken down from my then-current writing site due to 'too much adult content' for it to be a PG rating. It contained a lot of cursing and swearing, and now - going back to it - I have decided to … Continue reading ‘We’re Lost’ Book Cover

Year In Review: 2016

This year has been pretty chaotic. Between figuring out which University to go to; then deciding not to go; then getting into a Foundation Art Course (which has proven to be the best decision I have made in my educational life); then almost getting one of my books published; then not doing so because the … Continue reading Year In Review: 2016

Merry Christmas – Novel Graphic Design

I've been writing for as long as I can remember. And it's never been exclusively in words due to my dyslexia. A decade ago, I began writing a book which I eventually quit doing to focus on a different on. Because of quitting on said book, I finally finished writing Forever Forbidden - which is … Continue reading Merry Christmas – Novel Graphic Design

Finding My Place In The World

For the majority of my life, I have been trying to find my place in the world. Over the years, I've found a few places that I've felt welcome, but more places where I've never been welcome. Let's start with the places that I really wasn't welcome in: High School: I don't know whether it … Continue reading Finding My Place In The World