Month: December 2018

My new blog on how to promote yourself as an author has gone up today on the awfully big blog adventure. See it HERE.

#supportanauthor  – You can take your pick of the awesome books to read from Tim Collins! Will is be Dorkus Maximus? Or Cosmic Colin? Or you could try the Diary of a Wimpy Vampire: “Nigel Mullet, the unfortunate and

#supportanauthor – Mega talented illustrator Clare Elsom is also a sickeningly talented author! Her new series Horace and Harriet tell the adventures of a little girl and her best friend, a local statue. “Lord Commander Horatio Frederick Wallington Nincompoop

#supportanauthor  – A prolific writer of picture books and chapter books, Jane has written for almost all age groups. Younger readers with love the cute adventures of Dr Kitty Cat and friends!: “Posy the puppy has hurt her leg.

#supportanauthor  – Chris D’Lacey has been at the top of his game in the world of Dragon Lit (is that a genre? It is now) for some time and the Last Dragon Chronicles are perfect for those seeking some

#supportanauthor  – How about giving the gift of rhyme this Christmas? Author, Poet and illustrator Kev Payne has compiled his amazing poems into the hilarious collection, ‘Sock It To Me!’: ‘Have you ever covered a baby in ketchup? Have

#supportanauthor  – Fantasy Fans Unite! Dawn’s Brotherhood of Shades is a great present for those in need of a dose of adventure. “From the chaos of Dissolution rises a secret order, a Brotherhood formed to protect the world of

#supportanauthor – If your kid is mad about horses, then look no further for literary inspiration! Victoria Eveleigh has stableloads of books to delight equine fans. Try Katy’s Ponies Series: “Katy’s birthday doesn’t feel very special, until she discovers a

#supportanauthor – Adventure and sci-fi fans will lose their mind for Nick Cook’s epic Cloudrider series!: “Dom lives with his mom in Tornado Alley, where twisters used to be a way of life. After a year long drought, the family diner is about to go bust

#supportanauthor – Jo is the author of Electrigirl and is getting amazing reviews for her latest work, Jelly: “Angelica – known as Jelly to her friends – is the life and soul of the classroom. Quick to pick up