Woo hoo! I received the most exciting email from my publisher, Sweet Cherry Publishing. Book 1 of Hopeless Heroes (Here Comes Hercules) has been nominated for the Fantastic Book Awards! It’s  wonderful to know that children are enjoying my quirky, time-travelling twist on Greek mythology. The Fantastic Book Awards is an annual book event organised by …

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I can’t believe it’s over already. The Hong Kong Book Fair 2018 was a whirlwind of activity. It’s the world’s largest gathering of book lovers, now into it’s 29th year. This was the first time I’d attended, and it took my breath away! The crowds were HUGE! Hundreds and thousands of people all united by …

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I’m so excited to be going to the Hong Kong Book Fair next week. Come and see us at the Sweet Cherry Publishing stand at 3B-D16, and enjoy a taste of Ancient Greece in South East Asia! I’m looking forward to meeting Greek mythology fans, both big and small, and seeing some gorgeous children dress …

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I’ve been into Greek mythology for as long as I can remember. Everything is just so amazingly bizarre. Where else would you read about a bloke who has a headache, asks to have his skull split open with an axe, and a fully dressed woman pops out? Or a guy who swallows each of his …

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It’s not often that authors get to enjoy some glamour. Writing is a lot of hard work, and there aren’t many opportunities to kick back and enjoy the fruits of our labours. So I was pleasantly surprised when I clicked on an email from the Greek Festival of Sydney organisers, and saw that it contained …

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My wonderful publisher Sweet Cherry Publishing has arranged a blog tour for the release of my new children’s books. Based on Greek mythology, the Hopeless Heroes series is an action-packed adventure full of heart and giggles. Suitable for ages 7 – 10, the books are being released on 22 February this year. Have a look at …

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The best thing about writing for children is getting to see through their eyes again. Once you’re an adult, it’s all too easy to forget how astonishing the world used to be. We’ve seen so much that we tend to get jaded. But when you’re a kid, everything is fresh and sharp and startling. I feel …

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