Welcome to Letters I Haven’t Written Yet. On this site you’ll find some examples of my writing. Whether I’m ranting about a particular subject or writing fiction, I feel like every written work we create, whether it is shared or not, is a letter to someone or something, with a message that comes from deep within. I hope to make this site into a collection of these letters, looking into the past and into the future, both in real and imaginary worlds, on whichever path I choose.

What’s new


It’s the summer of reading! I’ve got a new book review up: Kate Mosse’s The Burning Chambers. Long story short, I loved it. Couldn’t put it down. A more detailed review is in the Book Review section.




The latest Honest Letter has been received! This newest letter is addressed to all of humanity … Sound ominous? Well it should. There’s a group out there that’s really not pleased with us, and have put it in writing…


I’ve finally finished reading this wonderful book – the second in the Six Tudor Queen’s series, this time about Anne Boleyn. We know her story, but not told from her side. That is what makes this book so interesting, and why I recommend it to those interested in historical fiction.



We hear more and more about how people are “tired of being PC” and are “speaking honestly” these days – and while I agree there are more and more people who are out there spewing hate, they are not truly honest with themselves, or others. They may speak openly how they hate something, or someone, or a group of people, but very rarely will they explore the why. In my new section called Honest Letters, I plan to explore the why of human behaviour. Each letter is written, as imagined by me, by a person who exhibits a certain behaviour that I would like to better understand. Of course, these are works of fiction, and any resemblance to actual persons living or dead is purely coincidental. The first edition to this section of the site is called “The Truth About Why I Quit…”.

There’s been a lot of talk these days about the need for diverse voices in the arts. The latest argument is around publishing, where certain authors have felt that diversity in publishing is actually accepting sub-par work, and that diverse voices are really not needed. Which, if you are one of those diverse voices such as I am, you know it’s a load of shit. In the rants sections, I’ve talked about my own issues with diversity in the writing world – as someone unknown and unpublished, just trying to be heard. Some interesting articles about the subject are also included.  (Image credit: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/224621)


In today’s world, we are faced with the triumph of mediocrity. We expected that with the health, educational and human rights success we have had in recent history, that we would live in a meritocratic society. However, we all have to admit to ourselves, it is one that is falsely so. Instead, we are witnessing the harnessing of power of the Mediocre Man. As women (and smart, intelligent and hardworking men) we need to make this time the “Last Stand” of the Mediocre Man. In my latest post in the rant section, I outline how I think this can be done, in an article I call: “What would a Mediocre Man do?”