✨ I help spiritually curious creatives like you strengthen your intuition and express your magic with words ✨
I’m a published author, freelance writer, tarot reader and mentor based in Scotland.
- Online workshops
- Tarot readings
I hold space for you to uncover and share your uniqueness in all its glory.
When you are deeply connected with the truth of who you are, writing flows like magic. When you feel disconnected from who you are, writing brings you home.
NEW WORKSHOP: Fun with Fiction
A chance to get creative and write some words with guided exercises you can do from home.
Overcoming self-doubt as a writer
Oooof this self-doubt malarkey is a total ratbag, right? I’d bet my last Rolo that you’ve asked...
How to get started pitching to publications
‘How to pitch to publications’ is a juicy topic. It can also feel overwhelming to even begin typing out the first pitch email to an editor when you’re just starting out. But – great news: you don’t have to have done a degree in journalism or have even gone to university to become a published writer.
3 ways to build a regular writing habit
Developing a regular writing habit will support you in feeling in control of your writing process. You might know that I have anxiety issues, so having a daily journaling session keeps me grounded while also giving me a sense of accomplishment. Your practice might not be journaling, it might be a little challenge you set yourself (a daily haiku or 5 lines of your book – whatever!) but having a little ritual is so beneficial!
Out of Office shortlisted in the Business Book Awards 2021
Out of Office by Fiona Thomas has been shortlisted in the 2021 Business Book Awards. The event celebrates the industry-leading tomes that inspire the business world each year. Recognising books that have shaped understanding on all aspects of the business world.
Learning to take the path of least resistance
I get so many DMs from people who say they love to write, that they dream of starting a blog or writing a book one day. But when it comes to sitting down to do the writing, their brain tells them they don’t deserve it. That they couldn’t possible indulge in something that feels pleasurable….
So instead they torture themselves by wasting time scrolling on social media (the digital version of an angry fitness instructor screaming in your face, telling you that you’re unworthy) and they never allow themselves to step away and enjoy the thing they love the most; writing.