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
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?
Holy crap. We made it guys. We made it to Episode freakin' 20. Now what? I suppose we should have a quick retrospective. An Inspired Mess and the Jack Hansard Series launched way back in January 2015. I published one episode roughly every two weeks - sure, I took a short holiday in the…Read more Season Finale: What happens now?
Merry Holiday-Of-Your-Choice from me and all the gang! Just about managed to Lego-ify them accurately - there was a distinct lack of blue hair for Peggy and Coblyn-like clothing for Goron and Ang. Let's say they were bribed with pies to dress as elves. If you want to have some fun Lego-ifying yourself or your…Read more
This evening I was supposed to finish editing and upload Episode 19 of the Jack Hansard Series . . . but I haven't, because a LIFE EVENT has happened to me. My partner, Jake, against his better judgement and general common sense, decided to propose to me today. And I, against my better judgement and…Read more Otherwise Engaged
The Jack Hansard Series is now up to Episode 18, and I'm feeling like a proud mother in the weeks leading up to graduation. Better yet, I feel like the student who knows their long slog of essays and deadlines is finally drawing to an end. Bit of relief, bit of pride, a bit of…Read more Bursts of Colour
Yesterday was nothing short of an ordeal. Yesterday was the fruition of a challenge I privately set my self a month ago: Go to Comic Con. Hand out some Jack Hansard reading material. That's it. No physical trials, no emotional trauma involved. I'd got my zines ready - a basic little publication with Episode 1…Read more Birmingham Comic Con! (Lessons in fear and perseverance)