Writer | Illustrator | Write true, marvel often.

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When Sasha Barrett gets bitten by a snake on a mission, her squad captain's quick actions not only save her life, but also make her realise something she may have known all along…

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I’m your friendly roadside quest giver, Starsheep! ⭐🐏 I’m a marketer-cum-author and creator of The Short, Punchy, Ridiculously Sweet Writing Guides.

By day, I make a living as a copywriter & illustrator. By night I write smutty fantasy & sci-fi under the name S.T. Arsheep.

My blog is an accounting of trying to find a place somewhere between denial and nihilism (this involves a lot of escaping into fiction), and setting up camp there.

I’m autistic and a professional creative, with a history on the stage, so curiosity and enter-stage-left creativity are guaranteed around me.

Thanks for stopping by, and may the stars watch over you. Toodles!💫

Sh**p Talk is my very interesting podcast.

Or, at least, I think so. It's basically just me, Starsheep, talking. Going off on tangents to interesting places.

I'm a professional creative, writer and illustrator.

My hope is to entertain, enlighten, and perhaps even inspire ewe. So grab a tuft of grass, settle in, and let this ruminant take you on a meandering journey through the creative life.

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It's my digital garden where I ruminate on the ins and outs, the ups and downs, of creative life, share sketches, drawings & photos, host my growing library of fiction shorts, and pioneer creative projects.


When it's not enough to let the world around you know that you're a reader by constantly having your nose in a book, this swag is here to help.

Besides writing, I like to draw. Sometimes I draw letters (that's called lettering), sometimes characters from books, and sometimes just to clear my head.

And when I do, I usually put that stuff up in the shop. I named it Bound to Please, because it's a book and a kink joke (iykyk).


Or, well, mutual strangers on the internet (but potato, potat-oh, right?).

We can hang and geek out on stories and storytelling and how marvellous it is when a story manages to hold you still for just a brief moment in your day and have you surrender to wonder. (Or how dismal it is when they fail to do just that!)