Jesse’s Studio is back with a new look, new content, and a new schedule.

We’re beginning with a new serial starting 5th August with an episode every day until 12th August. From then we’ll have an episode every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday:

Take a Bite Cafe

New Serial 5th August

Megan thinks she’s found her dream job at Take a Bite Cafe but things are getting rocky.

She and Jimmy have become the patron’s favourite will-they-won’t-they drama and Megan’s Nan is determined Jimmy’s The One. But the road to true love doesn’t run smooth, her mother keeps trying to pair her off to a John Lewis worthy bank balance and Jimmy’s brother, Dan, might be harbouring a bit of a crush on Megan.

Rumour has it a new chain coffee shop is opening over the road, the business rates have gone up, and her ex-boyfriend has reappeared.

Megan and Jimmy are going to keep the tea flowing or go down fighting.

Writing Back to Basics

Available From 12th August 2019

All three Writing: Back to Basics books are now available to pre-order on Kindle and will also be available in paperback.

See my Amazon author pages to order them:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/-/e/B07GXSVGYG
https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B07GXSVGYG
https://www.amazon.de/-/e/B07GXSVGYG
https://www.amazon.fr/-/e/B07GXSVGYG

While you’re there you can also order the edited editions of Victorian Mistress and Nine Shillings both of which feature bonus stories. For more information visit the new Book of Lot page.

NOTE: They will soon be disappearing from this site and Wattpad to become Amazon exclusive but Rum Cove will remain available

Still to look forward too is the fourth Book of Lot:

Broad Faker

Coming September/October 2019

Lot, Bran, and Josef are back and we’re entering a new era in 1860s London.

Lot’s past catches up with her and the children decide their futures.


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Published by Jesse

I'm a writer and academic specialising in fantasy fiction and creative writing theory. I'm allergic to pretentiously talking about fiction and aim to be unashamedly ‘commercial’. Surely all fiction is commercial anyway, or what’s the point in publishing it?

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