Alice in Wonderland Colouring Book AVAILABLE NOW!


Have lots of colouring fun with Alice and the wacky residents of Wonderland! Twenty-five hilarious illustrations to colour, featuring favourites like the Cheshire Cat, the Hatter, the Duchess and more! Paper is 89gsm quality so paints and markers are not recommended.

Available at Lulu:


My Illustrated Alice in Wonderland!


When young Alice sees a white rabbit with a waistcoat and a pocket watch, she follows it down a rabbit hole into a weird and wonderful world. There, she meets several peculiar characters like the cantankerous Duchess, the eccentric Hatter and March Hare and the mysterious Cheshire Cat. Lewis Carroll’s characters and worlds have entertained many for over 150 years, and Gareth Barsby (author of The Werewolf Asylum) gives them new life with twenty-five hilarious illustrations.

This is an updated version of something I did back in 2012; Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland with twenty-five cartoon illustrations.

Buy it here

Versatile Blogger Award

Thanks to George from The Many-Storied Building for nominating my blog for The Versatile Blogger Award.


Seven Facts About Myself:

  1. I frequently attend poetry open mic nights and performed alongside Graham Clifford for an event at the Wellington Literary Festival.
  2. I spend way too much time on the computer.
  3. I have a film review blog as well as a writing blog.
  4. I like going for long walks.
  5. I also enjoy baking from time to time (the inspiration for old Helen).
  6. I am a connoisseur of all things macabre, but I still like looking at cat pictures sometimes.
  7. I am secretly a monstrous creature from the pits of…I mean, I like cookies.

My Nominees for the Versatile Blogger Award:


Inky Wings

Sue Sable


Bloodrunsclear Hates Everything


The Ghost of Christmas Socks Available for Kindle


Little Louis Lumpton is excited about all the presents he’ll receive on Christmas…but he’s also dreading the arrival of his Aunt Laura, who gives him nothing but socks as a gift. However, one Christmas Eve, he receives a visit from the Ghost of Christmas Socks, who attempts to teach him that getting socks for Christmas isn’t that bad.

A short, 700 word story that should amuse kids, adults and anyone who’s ever hated getting socks for Christmas.

This story was my entry into Amazon’s recent “New Christmas Carol” competition. It didn’t win (congratulations to Mike Doodson), but I still would like to share it with you. The story will be FREE from today to Wednesday, but will cost £0.99/$1.33 afterwards.

Buy on Amazon US
Buy on Amazon UK

Also be sure to check out my other Christmas book, Reindeer, as well.