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Videogame-obsessed Flo gets more than she bargained for when she finds herself INSIDE her favourite game. Turns out, virtual reality isn’t as much fun when it’s not so virtual.

When Flo’s engineer mum creates a device that will make her image appear in her videogames, Flo can’t wait to use it! Ignoring her mum’s warnings that it’s not ready, Flo accidentally transports herself into the game, along with her not-so-keen-on-videogames-and-wishing-he’d-stayed-home best friend Max. Immersed in the world of Star Smasher, they not only have to face armies of soldiers, but also the very real possibility that there may not be a way out…


Boyband of the Apocalypse: Washed Up



Just when Sam thinks life has returned to normal he’s bundled into a black van by agents of the Apocalypse Intelligence Agency who send him off the remote jungle island of Fin del Mundo to appear on a celebrity reality TV game show. One of Sam’s rival ‘celebrity’ contestants is none other than evil music mogul Nigel Cruul, who the A.I.A. suspect is planning to bring back the Horsewomen of the Apocalypse. Luckily his best friend Milo and kick-ass sister Lexi are starring in the show too. But they’ll have to survive everything from alligator-infested swamps to public vote offs, if they’re to save the world once more.


Boyband of the Apocalypse



Sam is just an ordinary boy with ordinary hair. The closest he’s ever
come to SUPER-STARDOM is playing the back end of a donkey in the school Nativity play. Then his sister drags him along to an APOCALIPS concert and he overhears members of the band plotting to DESTROY all humanity. Starting with their own lead singer.

Can Sam discover his hidden talents, infiltrate the World’s MOST EVIL Boyband™ and foil their fiendish plan? One thing’s for sure – if he’s going to save the UNIVERSE, he’ll need a bit of help...


There's a Dragon in my Dinner!



Small dragon … big trouble! When Eric finds a tiny dragon nestled among the beansprouts in his Friday night takeaway, he thinks it’s a free toy. But Pan the Mini-Dragon is very real indeed ― and he’s about to get Eric into a whole heap of trouble… How is Eric going to explain the trail of devastation caused by one creature not much bigger than a spring roll?


There's a Dragon in my Pants!



Eric and Pan the Mini-Dragon have planned the most awesome camping trip. Then Eric's mortal enemy, Toby, shows up. Determined to not let him take over, Eric suggests a series of outdoor challenges. But when Toby starts bending the rules, it's up to Pan to fly to the rescue...


There's a Dragon in my Backpack!



Eric finally succumbs to Pan’s demands and agrees to take the Mini-Dragon to school with him. But Eric gets more trouble than he bargained for when nightmare neighbour Toby switches his backpack with Eric’s and dragon-naps Pan! Now Eric must dash across town to Toby’s posh school and swap them back before his snappy secret is out!


There's a Dragon in my Popcorn!



Eric and Pan the Mini-Dragon love going to the cinema. So when they hear about a short film competition they jump at the chance to make a movie. But before they can say Lights, Camera, Action! nightmare neighbour Toby shows up. And he's got Hollywood dreams of his own...


There's a Dragon in my Toilet!



Pan is missing his parents in China and is delighted when Eric helps him to speak to them over the internet. But his joy turns to despair when his parents announce that they are sending his aunt and uncle to bring him home. Travelling through the sewer system, Pan’s relatives show up in Eric’s house via his toilet … and they’re not going back without him!


There's a Dragon in my Stocking!



Eric and Pan are thrilled to hear something coming down the chimney on Christmas Eve. But their festive visitor isn’t quite who they were expecting…Pan’s parents are in town for the holidays! With a full house – including, to Eric’s dismay, the Blooms – Eric has a tough time of keeping Pan’s parents away from his own family. Then disaster strikes, leaving them all without Christmas dinner! Can the Mini-Dragons step in to save the day?