Patience is a virtue

I seem to recall hearing that when I was younger and rolling my eyes dramatically. But today, in a world where everything happens at the touch of a button, maybe we could all do with strengthening our patience. Gone are the days when you would wait 14 days for...
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Tripawd Moggins

Like many crazy cat ladies, I am the proud owner of two cats. Well no, that's not entirely true - I am merely fortunate to be living with the human that two cats selected to be their human slave carer. Today we took our youngest cat, Dexter, to have a front...
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The Unelectable Corbyn

Don't let my title fool you. I love Jeremy Corbyn. The media has been biased against Jeremy Corbyn, yet despite that, the Labour Party membership has grown to become the largest party in Western Europe. More than 300,000 members voted him as labour leader this week,...
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House Wars: A New Hope

Perhaps the one good thing to come out of the referendum is that people are waking up to the idea that there seems to be a lot of corruption and bad decisions being covered up. There’s a lot of lies being told and we’ve had enough.

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Why is the national press so determined to shame our girls?

When it comes to Aintree, it’s difficult to tell whether the sport is the horse racing or the people watching. If the Daily Mail coverage is anything to go by, the three day event is just an opportunity to ridicule the people of Liverpool.

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Helen P. Stephens. Photo by Ruth Anderson Davis

Helen P. Stephens. Photo by Ruth Anderson Davis

Helen P. Stephens is currently working on a nerdy, comedy novel, The Double Life of Molly Wood. She loves reading but was feeling disappointed by a lack of literary heroines that she could relate to so she decided to create her own. As a website designer and owner of a digital media company, she takes inspiration from the digital and technology industries. Her writing is littered with nerdy references and humour and her leading lady is smart, intelligent and comfortable with who she is.

Being a female entrepreneur in a predominantly male industry, she is passionate about encouraging women and girls to take an interest in technology and wants to show that nerds are cool.

Following graduation from a music industry management degree, she lived in London, working for a number of music companies. She returned home to Liverpool and worked in a variety of jobs from admin to childcare – She even had a short stint as a taxi driver – before she discovered her passion for digital media.

She keeps a regular blog on both her author site and company site, regularly contributing guest posts to other websites.

When she’s not writing or designing websites she spends her spare time playing video games and watching television. She supports Liverpool football club and is never more than ten meters away from a pizza. She lives with her long term boyfriend and their two cats.

Her debut novel, ‘Inspired by Night’ was published under the pseudonym L. E. May by Xcite Books in August 2014.

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