Being something of a geek when it comes to social media, this is obviously not the only place online where I can be found.
There are photos…
- On Flickr. (Where I tend to dump all my ‘serious’ photos.)
- On Instagram. (Where, like the rest of the world, I mostly post photos of food, manicures, babies and shoes.)
And there’s other writing…
- I tweet (some would say compulsively, I say moderately).
- I’m part of the Threads collective and sporadically write for them.
- I’m a supporter of Tearfund and part of a team of bloggers who write about their campaigns. (Which is how I ended up blogging from Uganda in 2013.) I’ve also written for Tearfund Rhythms.
- Sometimes, I write for the Church Times – though this is my only ‘proper’ article for them.
- Since its debut in 2014, I’ve contributed to the annual devotional Fresh from the Word: The Bible for a Change.
- For several years I was a researcher for the Methodist Church and wrote many papers for them. My biggest research project was on the ‘Missing Generation’ and culminated in a report to the Methodist Conference.
- In 2007, I visited Palestine and wrote a blog about my experiences, which I (very) occasionally update…
- My first MA was in Imperial & Commonwealth History, writing a thesis on the relationship between Methodist missionaries and the colonial government with regard to the education of the Maori population. If that floats your boat, an extract written for a conference I spoke at in 2007 made it online in 2015!