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I enjoy reading all my emails, though due to the volume received I don’t reply to most. I apologise in advance. “An inbox is a to-do list to which anyone in the world can add an item…”

The odds of a response increase massively if the answer to your question is not already available on my website (search box on every page, FAQ’s here) or Google, or if you do not expect an essay in response.

Please do not send me press releases or bulk requests for guest blog posts. I will mark them as spam. Nor am I able to help people promote their crowd-funding campaigns or charity challenges: I get too many requests to be able to do this fairly. (This piece may be useful if you are looking to crowd-fund).

I am swamped with people asking for sponsorship, kit and expedition advice, tips for microadventure locations, or contacts in the publishing world. I hope that most questions will be answered by searching my blog and reading the FAQs and Expedition Advice. If these don’t answer your question, however, please do get in touch and I will try to help!

Having said all that…

  • – For speaking enquiries, please contact Caroline
  • – If you’d like to chat about how I may be able to work with your campaign or brand, please drop Jo a line
  • – To just say hello: email me in my shed
  • – Is it your birthday today? If so, happy birthday! Send me an email (click here) and I’ll give you my film as a present. If it’s not your birthday you can buy it for £5.99 here 😉

I’m also on Twitter (the best place for a fast reply to a question), Facebook and Instagram.

Cheerio.

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