I have worked for Hachette, Walter Foster, Summersdale and other publishers, writing and illustrating mainly humour and children’s books. More recently, I’ve been producing ebooks for the iPad, Kindle, Nook and other e-readers. My first chapter book, FAB (Friends Against Bullying) Club came out in 2016.
FAB (Friends Against Bullying) Club
When a group of kids get bullied at school, they take action and form the FAB (Friends Against Bullies) Club. Their lives improve after they band together, even when the bullies try to bring them down .
More information about FAB Club is on the FAB Club page, where you can join the club to access free stuff and be kept up to date on all things FAB.
Hoover is hungry and eats all the wrong things in this fun book for preschoolers. You can see a preview by going to Amazon.
Hoover on Amazon (print edition)
Hoover on Amazon (kindle edition)
Arctic Circle has been syndicated since 2007 and the comic strip appears daily in newspapers worldwide.
This affordable eBook introduces the three immigrant penguins, polar bear and other characters of this engaging comic. The book showcases over a hundred of the best strips. It’s all you need to get up to speed on the best green comic strip around.
Living With Her – Everything You Need to Know
I’ve illustrated loads of books for Summersdale, but this was one of the first books I wrote as well. Canvassing many of my male friends for the content of this book, I learned a lot along the way…
Living With Him – Everything You Need to Know
Like Living With Her, but funnier.
Published by Walter Foster in 2014, I contributed Chapter 4, on comic strip creation, development, production and distribution. Since I couldn’t use my syndicated comic, I came up with a brand new strip from scratch, which was a good way to make sure I didn’t leave anything out of the process.
Dog Down Under – a Jack Russell’s Trip Around Australia
Before leaving Australia, the boyf, dog and I did a trip around it in a campervan. We went from Melbourne up the East Coast and across to Darwin, before heading down through the glorious Red Centre and back to Victoria.
This photo essay also has a few cartoons in and is absolutely free to people with an iPad, or iPhone.
If you do download it, please leave a review on the iBooks Store. Many thanks!