I love teddy bears. They are magical beings who have been looking after and protecting children from under the bed monsters for so many years. Sadly, as people grow up, many forget how their own cuddly toys helped them as they grew up and no longer have the same love for these wonderful defenders. The first children's book available is Call Me James. This story is written by James, the teddy bear, as he learns about living in the world of humans.
His first adventure involves the dangerous rescue of another bear that has been kidnapped by a child who really isn't very nice. He continues to have fun with his new owner and the other teddies, even managing to capture a thief.
Adventure and Science Fiction
One of the most influential books from my teenage years was Lord of the Rings, while on the cinema front, 2001 a Space Odyssey filled my mind with the wonder of science fiction. So it was a natural progression for me to add science fiction and adventure to my writing. My first book in this genre was Pyramid Dreams which tells of the unravelling of a dream which leads our heroes across the world as they struggle against the establishment and terrorists to uncover the truth. A new edition of this book is being written at the moment so as to better fit the follow up book, Pyramid Revisited.
Still in the adventure genre, Binary Magic is a race through the English countryside as terrorists try to get back a device implanted in the wrong person. On the way, Peter goes from a simple, if boring, life into a man running for his life.
The Saxaphone is more of a detective mystery where a private detective gets emproiled in a puzzle which leads him and his client in a wild chase through Europe and the Sussex countryside unravelling clues to a treasure - but they don't know what they are expected to find.
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