Sam has been a guest lecturer on the QE2, twice for Design Age at the Royal College of Art, at both the Aberdeen and Dundee Chambers of Commerce, the Aberdeen Breakfast Club, the Scottish Sport's Coucil and for Age Concern. She was course tutor on relaxation techniques for Robert Gordon's University's Stress Management Courses, developer of 'Lifeskills' Training Seminars and over the period 1991 - 1994 acted as Exercise Consultant, Trainer and Lecturer for the 'Over 60's exercise' strand which she developed for the Aberdeen Health Board.
Samantha has given her innovative workshops on Creative Writing in libraries all over London particuarly at Newham Library's Science Fiction Festival, 'Out of this World' in 1996, her short story workshop for women at Plaistow during International Woman's Week and at the 1997 Barnet Literary Festival.
A guest at the Pan Book of Horror reunion at the 2010 World Horror Conference 'Brighton Shock', she acted as Master of Ceremonies at Fantasycon 1X in 1986 and Writer in Residence during the Year of Literature at the 'Welcome to My Nightmare' weekend in Swansea
In 2010 she was invited to be a member of the International Jury at the 20th edition of Fancine, the Fantasy Festival organised by Malaga University and whose President that year was Antonio Banderas. She was also a member of the writing panel on 'Icehole' the website developed by director/producer Steve Lanning which until recently offered a showcase to new film-makers and whose acting and producing panels included such luminaries as Morgan Freeman and Sir Richard Attenborough.
In her capacity as a performer Samantha has done over 200 voice-overs for TV and Radio commercials, has hosted her own Radio show on Talk Radio Marbella, co-hosted an evening slot on Central Radio, Benelmadena and been a guest on such diverse programmes as BBC Radio's 'The Slice', Northsound's 'The Body Show', Radio Clyde's 'Sheila Duffy presents' and the British Forces Network Radio Service in Gibraltar.
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