Since his debut in the British Fantasy Society journal, his tales have nestled between the pages of magazines and anthologies the world over. His novels and short stories have filled the imaginations of geeks, niche and alternative readers with their character-driven style and unusual plots.
Craig has recently chronicled his experiences of living with depression and anxiety in the international best-seller, Down Days. Topping the Amazon charts in the UK and US at the start of COVID, the book has since been a finalist for the Independent Author Network’s Book of the Year Awards and read the world over.
What clients do you typically work with?
Schools, universities, private, face to face interactions
Do you have any qualifications/certificates that are desirable to a client?
DBS, data protection and safeguarding training
What's your favourite thing about what you do?
For me, it's all about making sure that people ahve somewhere to go when they need a break from reality. Even if that place is in their own imagination.
I love to encourage reading and all the benefits that come with that, but also other people's creativity in whatever form it takes. Creativity and imagination are prime pieces of what make us human and that should be celebrated.