Welcome to my emporium. Thanks for stopping by. You probably have a hunch that Scribblepreach.com is your kind of place, don’t you? You’re probably wondering whether it’s worth your time, aren’t you?
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If you don’t love those things, you might enjoy the ride anyway.
Oh, you want to know about me? I studied communication, creative writing and literature at Oxford University and ONU, and am currently working on a YA series with my lovely illustrative wife, Brenna. I’ve spoken across state and continent, and won some insignificant awards.
I received my first publishing contract after a year of blogging at scribblepreach.com. My book is called “Faker”, and it’s all about being free from the social-media masks we put on. You can check it out in May 2015.
Also, and importantly: I don’t make claims to be a great writer. I do make a claim to being a great researcher – I’m good at reading lots of information about writing, and distilling it into bite-sized chunks for your reading pleasure. That’s all.
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