Friday, October 21, 2016

Audio Book Released

 NAJA is now available as an audio book on and through iTunes. Sean Tivenan did a fantastic job bringing the story to life. You can hear a sample on the book's homepage at or on

Saturday, October 8, 2016

NAJA Audiobook Production Complete

The audio production of NAJA is now complete. Voiced by actor Sean Tivenan, the audiobook will be available soon on Audible and iTunes. In the meantime, you can listen to a sample on the book's page at

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Update: a King with no crown

After a long and unfortunate hiatus, I've resumed work on the fifth fable. A summary of the story and preview is available on my website: a King with no crown should be complete before the holidays and ready for illustration. I'll post updates over the next two months. 

Sunday, July 10, 2016

Whispersync available for the Oracle Who Ate Ants

If you already own or purchase the Kindle version of The Oracle Who Ate Ants, you can now get the Whispersync Audible edition for only $1.99.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Audio Book Released

In Shadow's Sea is now available as an audio book on and will soon be released on iTunes. The book is performed by the talented Emily Kleimo. An extended audio sample is available on the book's home page.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

World Pangolin Day

Today is World Pangolin Day! find out more about these wonderful creatures, the people fighting to protect them and how you can help by visiting Save Pangolins.

Friday, October 2, 2015

5 Stars for The Devil and The Darning Needle

The Devil and the Darning Needle has just earned the five star seal from The book page and full text of the reviews will be available soon on their website and on Here is in part what their reviewers had to say:

"...lyrically beautiful...there are passages that just beg to be read aloud...will speak to readers of all's most highly recommended." - Jack Magnus

"I loved The Devil and the Darning Needle...well depicted characters and children will warm to the heroic Nigel." - Hilary Hawkes

"...a delightful fairy tale...Great story. Great message. Lovely line drawings." - Emily-Jane Orford