I love social media and I’m deeply passionate about sharing ideas, inspiration and art on a global platform. I’m not about enticing as many people as possible to follow me. I’m here for the genuine connections. So come and say hi, and we can share our worlds with each other!
Words, pictures and general brain-spew in 140 280 characters or less. Packed with stream-of-consciousness mind to internet action, Twitter is one of my favourite places to connect with other writers, photographers and creative people online.
Photos, photos and more photos. When I’m not posting Real Photography, I’m uploading ephemeral life-fragments, cat pictures, food and ridiculous things to my Instagram Story.
Ello is an absolute haven of artistic joy. It’s a small, tightly-knit community of creative people. I share writing and photography there, and run a new horror and macabre art community called ElloDarkArt. Also, bless the ElloWrites community and all who sail in her.
DA will probably always feel like home to me. I’ve been there for over a decade, sharing photography and writing. I’m a Community Volunteer looking after the horror and macabre photography gallery and I run a photography group called SubversiveAesthetic. I also spend a lot of time encouraging other people to make and share art cause I am really, really for people making and sharing art.
This is my artist page, not my personal profile (my personal profile is friends-only and I don’t use it a lot). Facebook is not my favourite but I’ve had the page forever and I still update it regularly, mostly with photos and links to what I’m getting up to elsewhere.
Time suckage and culture fodder
My Tumblr is what the inside of my head looks like. It’s home to word-things that are too long for Twitter, photos I take and a heap of stuff I enjoy reading and looking at, mostly subculture aesthetics, fan trash, witchy stuff, nature and delightful humans.
I don’t really use Pinterest in a social-media-ish way, but it’s there and I like it. So if you’re interested in aesthetic references for writing projects, clothes I can’t afford, hair styles I’m too lazy to have, nail polish I don’t have the requisite skill to apply, crafting projects I mean to try but probably won’t, actually useful writing stuff, also actually useful planning and organising stuff, and queer culture, this is a good place to see all that.
I don’t use YouTube in a particularly social way either. My channel is an informal and sporadically updated video blog and place for cat videos. I’ll probably do something more with it at some point. Maybe.
Places to read my work
Stand-alone short stories, collections of short stories, and collections of poetry and vignettes, as well as longer works, can be found here. Tablo is a wonderful place to read epic free books by writers from all over the world.
Pretty much the same as Tablo, although Wattpad has a younger userbase so it involves a mature content filter which makes more grown-up writing (horror, in my case) a little bit harder to find if you aren’t a logged-in user following direct links.
This is a promotional platform where authors can host give-aways. Since my work is free to read and download, the give-aways are basically permanent. Downloads here require signing up to the site/app, so if you’d rather not do that you can download my books directly from my website or read them online. Instafreebie is basically just an added extra option that I like to offer.
Visit my Patreon to find out about the rewards you can get when you become one of my Patrons and join my exclusive community of extra-awesome readers and art appreciators!
You can also drop some change in my online tip jar (or buy a book after you’ve read and enjoyed it) with a simple and secure one-off payment through PayPal. Or show your support by buying me a coffee!