The Roboteers – a kids detective team – solve a case about a dog that doesn’t chew but there are chew marks everywhere. Free short story for children
Articles about Crimperbooks and the stories we produce.
My short story Waiting at the bus stop is now available in audio format [listen to it here]. The lovely people at bedtime.fm have included my short story as an episode in their Story Time series. First published in 2013, the story is about three school children discussing their favourite super powers – with a […]
The Roboteers latest client is convinced his computer is possessed because it keeps controlling itself! It’s up to the gang to solve the spooky mystery before their client loses the plot!
One of the nice things about being an author who publishes free kids books under Creative Commons is that people can copy and share your work all over the place – often without you knowing. I understand that for some of you that might not seem like a good thing but the point of doing […]
UPDATE 24 July 2015: The giveaway has now finished. Congratulations to the the two winners, your signed copies will be on their way to you shortly! Watch this blog for more giveaways, competitions and new releases. Fancy a free children’s book? Well look no further. To celebrate the two year anniversary of its publication and […]
As you may know I entered my first novel: Sugar the Robot and the race to save the Earth into the Wishing Shelf Awards which are independent book awards. The title of this post is the “quote” I got from the reviewers: “A fun exciting adventure for 7-9 year olds” I agree but then I […]
“Face to face with the gorilla king” is now available as an ebook short story! Download (for free under Creative Commons) and to buy for Kindle.
As you probably know Crimperbooks is about more than just selling, it’s about stories and about sharing. From the outset you have been allowed to download ebooks for free under a Creative Commons licence on this site (well my ebooks anyway). That means you are allowed and encouraged to download them and pass them around. […]
Before the rush and because you are cool, I’d just like to say thank you for your support, likes, sharing, purchases and downloads. Doing a project like this it really helps when you see people telling others about it. If you are new to the Crimperbooks phenomenon (yes I did use that word although it […]
The gallery for Do not feed the Troll! is now available. Which means you can browse and download all the images used in the book. If you re-use them or pass them around (you’re allowed to) make sure you do so under the CC:By-SA licence they are covered under. If you have any drawings you […]