Phew! That was quite a break (if you measure it in terms of being an ant. Not so long if you’re a giant redwood)
So, the thing is, if you’ve been wondering, or even if you haven’t, I’ve been booking. As in making another book.
It’s called Box and it’s about a group of girls who make their own adventures just by combining boxes and their imaginations.
The illustrations are by the amazing Kate Brush (more about her later) and its available now from here:
Steve Lill Books at Etsy
Many, many thanks to the children and staff of Newdale Primary for their warm welcome on World Book Day 2018. I went dressed up as a writer. And we played with cardboard boxes and a raven puppet and a hat and a Powerpoint and, and … Safe to say, I had a wonderful time.
Enormous (and I’m talking Size Of Wales enormous) thanks to the children and staff of Apley Wood Primary School for their warm welcome and enthusiastic response to my visit yesterday. I had a fabulous time. Yay!
Brian Dright is searching for Sahara Snow’s secret base in his first adventure; Brian Dright: Weatherman of Mystery
Well, it seems NASA have actually photographed Sahara snow!
It is, as you might imagine, quite a rare sight. I wonder if the Sahara Snow is responsible?
Coming very soon: King Arfa will be appearing as an actual hold-it-in-your-hand paperback.
Just to let you know that King Arfa (and all the knights, of course) have moved here: Instafreebie
The book is completely free (you may have guessed that from the name of the site)
and comes to you pretty quickly (you may have guessed that from the name of the site)
and from now on there’s no time limit to the deal so I can’t say HURRY HURRY ENDING SOON ‘cos it isn’t.
See you soon
Here’s Brian Dright; Weatherman of Mystery
Available now from here: Brian Dright at Troubador
And here: Amazon Books
Have fun, everyone
Hee-yuuj thanks to all the children and staff at Sir Alexander Fleming school for making me feel so welcome yesterday. I had immense fun with the Year 3 and Year4 classes. I’ll be back in a couple of weeks to clear up all the mess I left in the corridor.
Sorry, it’s a bit echoey in the Book Cave
Huge thanks to everyone who has already downloaded King Arfa from My Book Cave.
There is still another week to go to find him and over sixty other great books all for free. You can find them here:
My Book Cave
Look at the back, under the nest of dragon eggs. There’s also a $50 prize up for grabs.
Well, I’m back in the cave. The Book Cave, to be exact. I’ve put Arfa in one of the corners, (near the back, where the spiders are) but there are over 60 other fabulaous (deliberate spelling mistake, OK?) books on offer in there. Guess the price. Go on, have a guess. Free! They are all free until 20th January.
Oh, nearly forgot, you’ll need a link:
My Book Cave
There you go. Take care. Watch out for wyverns; they bite.