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Discontinued: A story of love and loss
Interview on Out in South London
Avoiding DARVO and how to apologise properly on the internet and beyond – GQ
The Last Romeo is one of Kat Brown’s 9 best romance novels – Independent
Men, take the time to really think about how you talk to women – GQ
Guardian Blind Date review: ‘Confessions of a European sales director’
Acting is just acting – until it isn’t. The great gay casting conundrumRussell T Davies’ AIDS drama It’s a Sin proves everything has changed, yet nothing has changed – The i
NEW BOOK DEAL! Two more novels coming, first is out 2022
Nolo drinks: alternatives when you can’t drink booze
Podcast: Talking Madonna on Inside the Groove
#SignForOurBookshops campaign
How to keep your head during the second lockdown – GQ
Guardian Blind Date review: ‘Did you forget to stir this tea or just forget to put sugar in?’

How not to be a dick in a pandemic – GQ
Interview on allyship, the books, and Blind Date – Good Sex, Bad Sex podcast
What bisexuality looks like in 2020 – GQ
The Best LGBTQ+ Books, According to LGBTQ+ Authors – The Strategist
Guardian Blind Date review: the last death rattle of awkward heterosexuality 
Twitter #ReadTheRainbow livestream: a reading, allyship chart, book recs, lots of gurning
Playlists: The music behind The Magnificent Sons
Guardian Blind Date review: cat-lovers in Paris
How do you know if you’re actually good in bed? – GQ
Guardian Blind Date review: the sexual objectification of georgraphy teachers
What *is* the perfect DM slide? – GQ
Guest post on Literary Sofa on generational conflict
Author Q&A on THE MAGNIFICENT SONS with Little Book Café