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Imagineering in Africa

November 10, 2013

September and October were busy with after school clubs and festivals. I was delighted to present at the Lanark Children’s Book Festival in September where around 150 children got to use their imagination, and learn a little more about the wind farm issues here in Scotland. I also attended the BLOODY SCOTLAND thriller festival where […]


Autumn Approaches

September 17, 2013

September has been a busy one as usual. It kicked off with an energised visit to the fabulous New Lanark Heritage site. 250 children to entertain and educate, and the whole world at my feet. See pic. The kids from the surrounding schools were tops, with loads of great questions about Bears, Bands and Books. […]


Heroes and Projects

May 19, 2013

It’s been crazy over the last few months. Lots of traveling – to Lanzarote, Belfast, London, Duns, Biggar and then back to Helensburgh. I find out that Lanzarote is a lot more than a collection of semi-dormant volcanos, it has some of the best wildlife I’ve seen in The Canaries. For example, the great grey […]


Wind Farms – a balanced view?

January 13, 2013

The whole point of writing the book WINDSCAPE was to get a balanced view of the wind farm debate. Yes, the book is basically a children’s adventure story, but I wanted to explore the topic through the tale. This was initially for my own benefit, as I could see both sides of the debate. As […]