“Just when I thought I was ready to back away from the whole situation, an entire bare bottom revealed itself from behind the wall.” From ‘One Seriously Messed-Up Week-End…’ published TOMORROW!
“Jack Samsonite’s Personal Statement: Attempt No.19 My Name is Jack Samsonite. I sniff balls. Give me a scholarship.” From ‘One Seriously Messed-Up Week-End…’ published TODAY!
“OK, so maybe I was slightly overreacting. Laughing with each other doesn’t necessarily ALWAYS signify a sexual relationship but, even so, it was pretty damn sick.” From ‘One Seriously Messed-Up Week-End…’ published on #WorldBookDay
There we stood. A team of film-makers. A team of rebels. The A-Team. Rocked, locked and ready to… no, that’s not right. From ‘One Seriously Messed-Up Weekend…’ published on #WorldBookDay
Jack Samsonite’s Personal Statement: Attempt No.9 My name is Jack Samsonite. I am a socially inept, romantically dysfunctional, potty-mouthed tosser and COMPLETE FRICKIN IDIOT! I would greatly appreciate you considering me to be a part of your university. From ‘One Seriously Messed-Up Weekend…’ published on #WorldBookDay
When my first book came out I didn’t bother with a book trailer, mostly because I didn’t know what the hell I was doing. I have learned a lot since then. I now know that I will never know what the hell I am doing, so I shouldn’t let that stop me. That is why … Continue reading »
Ever wanted to have a conversation with a fictional character? Imagine if you could ask Gandalf what his favourite flavour jelly is, or if you could ask Batman how he felt about being in Batman and Robin, or if you could ask Hermione and Harry if they wish they’d ever gotten it on? Well, now’s … Continue reading »
Anyone who has read my Bio page will know that I’m not exactly fond of my headshot used to promote me/my book. But it would appear that now is definitely the time to change it… Today, whilst I was at my day job, I walked into the silicone room (it’s a room where they cast … Continue reading »
I was expecting my first ever proper book signing in a real book shop to be kind of weird. And I wasn’t disappointed. The weirdest parts were probably these bits… The part when someone said to me “Stick it in the back, it’s tighter there.” The parts when I repeatedly had to talk people out of buying … Continue reading »
If you like collectible book memorabilia and you live in the Manchester area, then you are in for some fun! I spent all of Monday driving round six different bookshops, breaking in (through their open doors) and sneakily hiding 12 items of treasure in random copies of One Seriously Messed-Up Week. Each item of treasure … Continue reading »