Born in Penzance in 1967. From the age of about three I was probably dreaming of writing for Doctor Who. Certainly it wasn’t a case of just watching it: I’d go to bed with all sorts of adventures and story possibilities buzzing around in my head. From the age of eleven, I knew, whenever any aunts and uncles asked the “What do you want to do when you grow up?” question, the stock replies of jet pilot, train driver, astronaut were never going to be good enough for me. “I want to be a writer”, I always said. And, what do you know, I am.
Published author of several Doctor Who books, audios and short stories, three novelisations for the BBC’s Merlin series, plus a number of pseudonymous works of licensed children’s fiction, including the first two books in Puffin’s Fright Night series. As well as (soon to be) two novels for Candy Jar Books’ Lethbridge-Stewart range. Also the author of several original works of science fiction, sci-fi comedy, children’s and Young Adult fiction that the world really needs to see!
This blog is the home of various Doctor Who-related bits and pieces – reviews, scribbles and doodles – that I have chosen to call Junkyard Curiosities. Enjoy!