5 Struggles of Being a Pregnant Writer

  So I should probably share the news that has been dominating my life for the last eight and a half months: I'm pregnant, folks. Yep, pretty soon my husband and I will be welcoming a wrinkly little potato-faced creature into the world - god help her. With the impending arrival less than two weeks…Read more 5 Struggles of Being a Pregnant Writer

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Storymart: 5 Pros and Cons for Writers

  Lately I've been pursuing publication for some of my short stories, and I feel I'm settling into a good rhythm of submissions and rejections. My current goal, at its barest bones, is to be paid professionally for a piece of my work. A lofty one, I know. Anyone familiar with writing submissions knows just…Read more Storymart: 5 Pros and Cons for Writers

Meet the Artist!

Dominique Lane has been the An Inspired Mess artist since the website's creation - and she's behind every piece of Jack Hansard artwork you've come across. If you follow my Facebook or Twitter channels then you'll have seen all the previews, behind-the-scenes, and extra illustrations that she's created. Right now, Dom is working on the…Read more Meet the Artist!

Cover Art: Ask the Audience

This is an update for all you fantastic people following the progress of The Jack Hansard Series. Firstly: thank you for your amazing support! It means a lot that you've stuck with me (and Jack) throughout this weird journey. I've just recently finished editing Season 1, and so have turned my sights to self-publishing. Joining…Read more Cover Art: Ask the Audience

Let’s Connect! But how?

Dydh ha, my lovelies! Just popping my head above the surface to let you all know that I'm still here, and that An Inspired Mess is far from sitting quiet. I'm now halfway through editing The Jack Hansard Series: just ten more episodes to go! Every week I upload the polished edit of another episode…Read more Let’s Connect! But how?