Friday 28 September 2012

Why Me

Barnaby is pleased to be able to announce the latest volume from those Indie ebook authors at Top Writer's Block.
This collection of eleven short stories, inspired by the title 'Why Me?' is sold on behalf of the charity Sea Shepherd.
You can find out more by clicking on the link Why Me?
The stories cover a whole range of subjects including a discussion about dragons (just a small one), animal cruelty, historical romance, the problems of living in the First World and many more.
Top Writer's Block is a group of Independent authors who come together from time to time to write collectively to raise funds for charity.
Barnaby is also pleased to announce that his own special event is still running at Smashwords. See the previous post for details.
You can find out more about all Barnaby's books at
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Tuesday 11 September 2012

Barnaby has an event.

Buoyed by the success of the Olympics and the Paralympics and excited by the first Grand Slam Tennis win by a British player for more than seventy years, Barnaby has decided to hold his own event.
For the next two weeks you will be able to download copies of the first Tom Fletcher novel 'I Keep Thinking it's Tuesday' absolutely free. Click here

For the same period, you will also be able to download his first volume of short stories, 'Barnaby's Shorts (volume one)' at no cost. Click here

As if this wasn't enough, TWO books of quirky verse will also be downloadable for FREE. 'Animalia'  Click here  and 'Not at all Rhinocerus' Click here

All Barnaby asks in return, if you enjoy any of the books, is that you revisit the book pages at the links above and post a review as well as telling all your friends.

You can find out more about Barnaby and his books at

Thursday 6 September 2012

Barnaby reshuffles his cabinet

Following news yesterday that the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, had reshuffled his cabinet for the first time in this Parliament in what is generally seen as a shift to the right, Barnaby decided that it would be a good time to reshuffle his own cabinet, which was bursting at the seams with a cornucopia of lost and misplaced items. Barnaby has often suspected that there must be a hidden room in his house since the number of things which have been put into a safe place and subsequently never been seen again, must be enough to fill a sizeable room by now. Sad to say, very few treasures were uncovered on this occasion, but order has been restored where once there was disorder.
Approximately half the items were shifted to the right and the other half shifted to the left, leaving the cabinet as unbalanced as it ever was.
With a warm glow of self satisfaction spreading over him following his exertions, Barnaby took a cold drink and a charged ereader out into the garden for a bit of well earned R and R.
Whether you decide to reshuffle your own cabinet or not, you could always take your own ereader, download one of Barnaby's books from and award yourself an hour's R and R in your own chosen space. Go on. You know you want to.