London calls - Sneak Peak

Another teaser from our upcoming children's book INSPECTOR BRUNSWICK and The Case Of The Missing Eyebrow!

In only 19 days Jayden and I are flying all the way to London to officially launch the book with our good friend and co-writer Chris Lam Sam. Our offical launch date is the UK's 'World Book Day' - 2nd March 2017! We will be visiting libraries, bookshops and museums plus attending the London Book Fair to promote our book and chat to wonderful people about all things book related. Can't wait!!

“After a long week of solving cases, Inspector Brunswick and his loyal assistant, Nelson were taking a well-deserved break… "

Inspector Brunswick - Sneak Peak

This coming March I will achieve an all time dream to release my first children's book! Co-written by myself and my great friend and collaborator Chris Lam Sam. We have been working away for some time with these characters and very soon will be able to introduce you to 'Inspector Brunswick' and 'The Case of the Missing Eyebrow' in book form!

This character is very dear to me for so many reasons but mostly I am delighted to see him and his loyal assistant Nelson join together in their first mystery! It has been published by the TATE in the UK who are famous among other things for their beautiful museums TATE Modern, TATE Britain etc.. Chris and I could scarcely believe it when we heard the great news last year that our first story, the first in a series, would be published and it has been a joy to work on so far!

So over the next few weeks we have decided to give you a sneak peak into the world of Inspector Brunswick, introduce you to some of his fellow storybook characters and get excited with you all about their first debut on the world stage!!!

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Inspector Brunswick - The worlds greatest cat detective and Nelson, his loyal assistant!

On Tour - Nelson

More adventures in Nelson! Good times and sunny days. Found a great antique shop called 'Eclectic' where I happened to purchase a few little friends. I found the library to be a great place to work in and lots of interesting architecture to ponder. Rather strange that the council buildings in Nelson have what looks like a ticking bomb attached to their building..?