I’m delighted to announce my next book, Meeting Mungo Thunk, will be released in April 2018. If you’d like to receive an email when it’s available, click on the orange button below, or follow me on Twitter or Facebook to stay in touch.
I think it was late February before my hangover cleared, and prompted by several enquiries as to how the book was coming along, I finally got down to the job of actually writing it, or at least starting it. Fuelled by a half-decent idea, gallons of coffee, and breathtaking naivety, I then spent the next […]
Craig was originally going to be called Karl, but I couldn’t get Karl Pilkington (An Idiot Abroad) out of my head when I started writing. While Craig might be slightly hapless, I didn’t want him to be a complete idiot. The original title was ‘Juveniled’, and was only changed to ‘The ’86 Fix’ a month […]
Some (hopefully) exciting news, folks! If you’re reading this, it’s probably because you’re either registered on my mailing list, or follow me on Facebook or Twitter. And because you do, I’m delighted I can give you a heads-up on the follow-up to ‘Who Sent Clement?’…
Firstly, thank you to everyone who retweeted my post. My only regret is that I can’t offer every one of you a signed copy of the book. As somebody who has never won anything in his life, I actually feel guilty for those who didn’t win. So, I’ve decided to give away all SIX copies […]
Well, it’s been a little over six weeks since ‘Who Sent Clement?’ hit Amazon’s shelves, and in that time, I’ve been deeply flattered, and humbled, at the positive response from readers. At the end of the book, I said the big man would return if you, the reader, were keen on furthering his adventure – […]
Some (hopefully) exciting news, folks! If you’re reading this, it’s probably because you’re either registered on my mailing list, or follow me on Facebook or Twitter. And because you do, I’m delighted that I can give you a heads-up on the pre-release of ‘Who Sent Clement?’ at a lower price. If you click the link […]
How many times have you read a page of copy, only to realise you’ve used a certain word too many times. Next time, try replacing those commonly-used words with one from the list below. To download and save this list as a PDF file – click here.
Imagine being at a party where every guest is shouting at you at the same time. Sound fun? Obviously we’d rather filter what we want to hear and this is why Twitter hashtags are incredibly useful. By clicking any of the hashtags below, you’ll only see tweets that are specifically book-related. Using hashtags is also […]
There are a lot of time travel books centred around a leap into the distant past. However, for me, the 1980s will always hold a particular fascination. I grew-up in suburban England and hit my teenage years in 1984. It was a time when I first became aware of popular music, of fashion, and…girls. Actually, […]