Hello! I’m Rebecca, and I’m a writer from the southeast United Kingdom. Thank you so much for coming to visit my little corner of the internet. (Is that still a thing we say in 2018? Maybe not. My Geocities roots are showing).
I’ve loved stories from when I was little, and there is nothing in the world that has brought me more comfort than my imagination. I spent hours seeking solace in libraries as a child and as I grew up, my love of books broadened into a love of every kind of storytelling.
As well as running this blog, where I post three times a week about writing and mental health, I write fantasy novels. I self-published my first book, Mundane Magic, in August 2017 and the experience completely changed my life.
I’m now working on a second novel called Oracle. It’s the first in a trilogy of books that grew out of my experience LARPing with my friends for the past five years, and it’s more precious to me than I can say. At the moment I’m currently seeking representation with a view to having it published traditionally.
When I’m not working on my writing or this blog, it’s LARPing that takes up a lot of my time, as well as tabletop roleplaying games like Dungeons & Dragons. I love creating characters and telling collaborative stories with my friends, and devote as much of my time as I can to it.
I also work as a volunteer administrator with Iron Realms Entertainment, play a not inconsiderable amount of video games including raiding twice a week on World of Warcraft, and of course read just about any fantasy novel (and fanfiction) I can get my hands on.