Announcing a new cover for Sugar the Robot and the race to save the Earth. This brand new cover has been developed to coincide with the launch of the Roboteers series – of which this is the first book. The second book Do not feed the Troll! will be out soon. The cover features the […]
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Announcing a brand new children’s book series under Creative Commons – the Roboteers! Readers of my first book, Sugar the Robot and the race to save the Earth, will know that the Roboteers is the club that Tim and Priya make up to share their interest in robots and robotics. Now the Roboteers are coming […]
Following the successful release of my first book (thanks to all who have downloaded or bought it) I am pleased to announce the next one. Currently in production it is again aimed at 6 to 10 year olds and is packed with laughs and action. It is about a family who discover a troll living […]
The day has arrived! The book is officially launched The book is now available to download, read and to buy. As of now you can get your copy of the first Crimperbook: Sugar the Robot and the race to save the Earth. Follow that link and you will find free ebooks to download and share […]
This offer has now closed and the book has returned to full price again. To commemorate the launch of Sugar the Robot and the race to save the Earth the paperback will be available with a 20% discount offer but only from the Print On Demand (POD) e-shop . Unfortunately the eShop handles transactions only […]
If you’ve read our first book Sugar the Robot and the race to save the Earth, you may have seen the cool drawings in it. If you haven’t or if you’ve read a version without images you can see the drawings in the book’s gallery. All the drawings in this book are done by my […]
There’s no such thing as a free lunch or so the saying goes. Except there is such a thing. Sometimes you get lunch bought for you by a generous soul and there’s no catch. It’s rare but it happens. Do you remember being a kid? I appreciate for some of you that’s not too hard […]