Poor Uncle Dave Goes to a Tea Party

What do you do when your childhood team is playing in the Football Cup Final for the first time in their history, but it happens to coincide with a tea party that your nieces have put a lot of effort into? It’s a tricky dilemma for sure, but thankfully Poor Uncle Dave is here to … Continue reading Poor Uncle Dave Goes to a Tea Party

The Writing Journal #41

Holiday season may well be in full swing for some, but here at Stevenson Towers it has been a relentless few weeks across a number of work projects. The podcast and the novel have dominated most of my time, but there have also been the first tentative steps back towards film production starting to be … Continue reading The Writing Journal #41

Poor Uncle Dave Goes to Sports Day

After a successful launch last week, Poor Uncle Dave is back again for Episode 2, Poor Uncle Dave Goes to Sports Day. There are now even more ways to get involved with the stories, with Poor Uncle Dave now being listed on Itunes as well as Spotify and Buzzsprout. Listen in, leave a rating and … Continue reading Poor Uncle Dave Goes to Sports Day

The Writing Journal #40

It’s going to be a rather short entry into The Writing Journal this week, as there are a lot of other things making life very hectic at the moment. As some of you will hopefully be aware by now, last week saw the launch of my brand new Bookcast, “Poor Uncle Dave”, with the debut … Continue reading The Writing Journal #40

Poor Uncle Dave Goes To The Zoo

I’m beyond excited to announce that the day has finally arrived for my Bookcast to be released into the world! The series as a whole is called Poor Uncle Dave; a collection of short stories for children of all ages (including the grown-up ones), following the trials and errors of hapless Uncle Dave and his … Continue reading Poor Uncle Dave Goes To The Zoo

The Writing Journal #39

As the dulcet tones of Alice Cooper once sang, school’s out for summer! Big congratulations to all those youngsters and their pupils who now have a lovely six-week break to look forward to, and commiserations to the parents who have to find something to do with them (as well as their own kids). I’ve always … Continue reading The Writing Journal #39

The Writing Journal #38

What a weekend it’s been! Anyone who’s a fan of sport (and, I’d wager, quite a few who aren’t as well) would have been blown away by the quite phenomenal performances on display across a number of sports around the UK yesterday. Lewis Hamilton outright breaking the record for the most wins at Silverstone; Roger … Continue reading The Writing Journal #38