Short Story Release

 

 

 

 

 

I’m thrilled to have a short story released in this Christmas book! The Lucy Wilson Mysteries, filled with monsters, aliens, mayhem and adventure.

The Lucy Wilson Mysteries is a Lethbridge-Stewart spin-off adventure inspired by characters created for Doctor Who by Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln. This anthology has five stories by a range of 5 different authors. You can read my press release below:

The Mobile Army, written by popular children’s author Cherry Cobb. She says: “I was thrilled to be given the opportunity to write a Lucy Wilson story, having read the books I fell in love with Lucy as a strong independent character who isn’t afraid to stand up for her beliefs. I hope my daughter grows up to have the same outlook on life.”

Available now from Candy Jar Books, Amazon and all good retailers. A great Christmas present for kids and adults alike.

 

A Day Out…

It’s been a while since I’ve posted, I’ve been kept busy with a couple of exciting writing projects!

However, I managed to sneek off to Cardiff for the day to promote Will’s War with my publisher.

Candy Jar Books

D-Day

We are all made of stardust floating in the cosmos

Drifting alone through the deep dark echelons of space

Existing for a mere blink of a eye, affecting, changing, surviving

Before leaving behind the detritus of our lives

For the next generation to imitate, mimic, break free from

Until they also become nothing but stardust

And so it continues.

 

1940’s Day out…

I recently had the opportunity to be part of a 1940’s Home Front weekend at the Nothe Fort in Weymouth.  I had a great time meeting and chatting with visitors about Will and his travels.

 

Happy Reader…

It really is so lovely to get book reviews! They make such a difference to an author, especially when they have toiled away for months/years on end. A bit of my soul went into Will’s War along with my blood, sweat and tears. so thank you for taking the time to put pen to paper. (metaphorically of course!).

“I loved this book. It took me back to my childhood of playing in old air raid shelters and listening to stories from our parents about their experiences during World War 2. The idea of this book is ingenious and gives a wonderful insight into life for youngsters during the war whilst providing a modern context. This book is beautifully written and will be a great read for young readers.” M.O.K.