I have been writing for pleasure for all of my life. Since my childhood days at school, through to today, writing is not just a hobby but it is an essential part of who I am. I grew up in a family in the world of television and film and so, from an early age, I had a rare opportunity to see how writers work individually, and collaboratively, to develop their stories and projects. I have been priviliged to see these turned into scripts for theatre, television and film.
In fact, I have been on the set of many of the most iconic British and international film and television productions of the late 20th century. This insight is something that offered me a wonderful education and influences my work to this day.
I am due to complete a fifteen month long Diploma in Creative Writing in December 2018. I felt it would be useful to update my skills and gain formal credentials in this field. My tutor, herself a published and successful writer, has given me, incredibly positive feedback and I have been recommended already to write a series of books on a number of subjects; fiction and non-fiction. My course has been wonderful, challenging and informative and I have now gained formal skills which include the following:
I also write a blog, which I started in 2016, which now has a readership numbering in the thousands. I remain humbled by the fact that so many people take an interest in my writing and I thank each of them for their ongoing support and interest.
Since 2017, I am a writer for a global online support groups focusing on living with Parkinson's Disease. I have written for The Parkinson's Experience group and then became a resident writer for 'Parkinson's Road' group; both found on Facebook and a variety of social media sites. My articles are also published onto my blog, for wider readership.
I hope you enjoy reading about my writing services, from the menu selection.
By: Lorna Bailey; Therapist in Blaxhall; Suffolk, in England.
"He (Dean) is a really skilled Writer, who is lighting a beacon for those affected by Parkinson's, through his blog posts and other written works. It is my humble belief that one day his books will be shaping and contributing to our medical/therapeutic "must read lists", because he is not only very knowledgable but emobodies his own truth - he leads from his heart with courage, empathy, humour and deep compassion; qualities our world needs more than ever."
By Tracy White, Founder of 'Parkinson's Road' global support community. Leicestershire, England.
"Dean writes many articles for Parkinson's Road (as our Writer). I find them extremely helpful, very interesting, easy to follow and well received by members. I enjoy and look forward to reading more from Dean."
By Lucy Ferguson; Psychotherapist in Woodbridge, Suffolk, in England.
"I always enjoy reading his (Dean's) blogs and articles on a wide variety of topics and current issues, from wellbeing and health to his own specific experiences and the world around us. They are insightful, open-minded and thought provoking. Keep writing Dean!"
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Tel: 07714 308 286
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