“Oh bugger”

Well, it’s official.

The UK Government has upgraded the Coronavirus warning level from “slightly miffed” to “oh, bugger”, and now we’re all are pretty much stuck inside for the foreseeable future.

(But, one nice silver-lining for me, my extremely organised wife has been bulk buying toilet paper before the pandemic hit from Who Gives a Crap. So I didn’t have to start a fight in Tesco for the last pack of loo rolls).

With all that in mind, I want to do my bit to help parents and kids get through this period of school closures and isolation.

Yes, I’m in the process of making as much fun and entertaining content available as I can to make sure none of us go stir-crazy, all starting with making my latest children’s fiction book FREE. I’d much prefer spread hope and happiness than make some extra cash from a new release.

It’s not yet released, so I’ve created a link below for you to download the free eBook via Book Funnel. I hope it will keep you or your kids away from the TV for at least an hour or so.

The Village Creatures: A Tale About Tails

If you drank Mr. Fitz’s Fabulous Formula, what animal would you turn into?

This hilarious book, illustrated with over thirty pencil drawings, is quite possibly the silliest story ever told! If you enjoyed Roald Dahl’s George’s Marvellous Medicine or David Walliams’ The Beast of Buckingham Palace, then you’ll love The Village Creatures.

Download your free copy here.

(P.S. Please do share this post or the link with anyone and everyone you think might appreciate a free kids book to make this situation a little less stressful!)

Because I want to focus on producing more books and other free resources, I’ll be pressing pause on this Weekly Cartoon email. I’m planning on returning to sending out these cartoons again later in the year but for now I’m keen to do my bit.

So, if you want to continue receiving updates on new helpful stuff you’ll need to sign up to my other mailing list. In doing so you’ll get a further three FREE eBooks, so it’s worth a few extra clicks.

Get your free copies of 49 Ways to Steal the Cookie Jar, 49 Excuses for Not Doing Your Homework, and The Boy Who Stole One Million Socks by signing up to my Parents Newsletter here.

I’d love to hear from you – if you have any suggestions on what content I can create to help let me know. What can I write / draw / produce to keep you and your kids busy?

Leave a comment on this post with your thoughts and I’ll comment back 🙂

Happy reading, everyone!

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