There’s currently issues with the 28/29 June launch event. The video is currently unavailable until further notice.
We’re currently working to resolve the issue and will post an update once the video is restored. We apologise for the inconvenience, as we understand this video is one that was anticipated for the 29 June release.
The Writing Pad 2011 website is now fully up-to-date with all of the content that was posted over the duration of the event.
For close to two years now, I’ve been publishing book content on here and various other websites. I see writing stories and books as more of a hobby. However, throughout my daily life, some of you may be aware that I’m also a filmmaker.
Next year, I’ll be opening a brand new section on the website dedicated specially for film. I’ll be posting a series of short films on a semi-regular basis, in addition to my novels.
The films will be of different genres, and they will either be written and/or directed by me. Some even tie in to the novels and stories that I have worked on.
Sharing more forms of entertainment and multimedia is an exciting prospect to tell diverse new stories in amazing different ways. I look forward to sharing and enjoying the films with you in the near future.
More information will be posted in 2012. To keep up to date, you can follow along on Twitter and Facebook.
The specially designed website for Writing Pad 2011 is now live. News and highlights from the event will be posted on the site during the 20 November and 21 November.
Whilst there isn’t much on the site at the moment, it’s been opened early in preparation for the upcoming event.
It’s advised that you bookmark the page so you can revisit quickly on the 20 November and 21 November.
For more information on Writing Pad, then please view the original announcement.
Welcome to the new look website!
I’ve been hard at work redesigning the site from the ground up to be as clean as possible, with emphasis on style and minimalism. The goal for the redesign is to raise the professional standard even further, paving way for new ideas and audiences. The new look illustrates the care and attention to detail that goes into each published work, and this is reflected on similar design choices here on the website.
You’re currently viewing the blog, but if you visit the main homepage, then you’ll see the entire site has been revamped in a similar manner. The Twitter profile, and other sites where James has an online presence has been redesigned to a similar fashion (where applicable).
Everything has been carried over, including blog posts. However, the individual book websites for previously published works will not be undergoing a makeover. The site may also undergo some final, last minute design tweaks in the coming weeks.
Hope you enjoy the new look!
There have been some changes to the website’s look and feel. The red and black theme running throughout the website remains. However the main difference is that the website is now using a brighter theme, and the posts are displayed in full on the front page.