The last month has been a really big one for me - I've been lucky to write cover features for Evening Standard's ES magazine and Mens' Health - the second one this year.
I also appeared on Richard Bacon's BBC 5 Live show, 'Chart The Week' doing a fun look back at the week's big stories and produced packages for BBC World Service on the Grand National as well as an as yet unreleased item set to go to air in May 2014. I have also been contributing to new TV station London Live, providing on-air punditry and dating content as well as a host of local and national radio shows.
I have continued to produce work for Fabulous, Cosmo, Daily Star and Metro among other titles, though I am sad to report one of my regular magazines Nuts has been forced to close. I always enjoyed writing for them, but it is becoming increasingly hard to keep glossy titles open against the internet.
Lots of new work up on the site! Have been exceptionally busy across lots of platforms. I've been lucky enough to write another cover piece for Men's Health where I mimicked the ways of successful sociopaths to see just how b*stards get ahead! It's made me a nightmare to live with, though a splash of ruthlessness has seen my productivity and profitability soar!
In other news I have been asked to write a column for the brilliant Sport Magazine each month. I've just filed my third one (run date 21st March 2014) and my previous two have had a good response. They're all up on my site now!
I've also been writing for the super glamorous Fabulous girls - writing lots of male opinion pieces. It's a good job they're only in print not face-to-face or I might have had a slap! Really pleased to be in such a well-read title.
I've also been busy producing work for the Daily Star on one of my favourite subjects - the Cheltenham Festival! My article even turned up a 16/1 winner (O'Faolains Boy in RSA Chase), so thanks to trainer Rebecca Curtis for that one...
During this year I have been lucky enough to work with the excellent Zamala Media Training team - providing one-to-one media tuition for the Great Britain Synchronised Swimming Team, expecting them to make a big splash at the next Olympics (or not, as the less splashing the better apparently!) Please see my media training section for details.