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My Two New Books Are Available Now!

The Boy Who Biked The World There Are Other Rivers

I’m delighted that my latest two books are now available to buy here and on Kindle.

  • The Boy Who Biked The World is a children’s book about a boy called Tom who sets off to cycle round the world, on a route suspiciously similar to my own… More information and a sample of the text is here.45% Discounts for teachers(or anyone else who wants 20 copies).
  • There Are Other Rivers is the story of my walk through India. I’m nervous about this book as it’s a bit of a quirky experiment… I’ll be blogging about the book and my decision to self-publish over the next couple of weeks. More information and a sample of the text is here.
    What is definitely very cool though is that I have distilled the whole book onto a massive, fold out map / “mappazine“. It’s hard to explain (see here), but I think it’s fantastic. Get one while it’s hot.

There Are Other Rivers - map representation

Over the next few weeks I’m going to mailing out a lot of books (hopefully!). If you’re involved with a charity / good cause / adventure race and have a flier you’d like me to send out with each envelope please get in touch.

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