Growing up I was in a Rock Band that did some original songs. I was one of the songwriters.
For a long time, my friends encouraged me to write a book. I had written many things, but not a book. The next question became: Do I write a novel or an inspirational how-to?
I have four kids and two step kids the last one has just headed off to boarding school which is very common here in Kenya. My wife is a very busy lawyer in Mombasa. I am a serial Entrepreneur but after the kids left I found I had considerably more time on my hands than
My family inspired me to write. My three year old, at the time, saw life in such an uncomplicated way. Still does! I saw things from an adult perspective. Daddy and the World's Longest Poo is about a simple, real-life domestic quirk and the two levels on which it is interpreted by my son and
I just had an idea one morning and wanted to get it down. It became a bit of an escape due to a day job that was causing anxiety during 2014, some of the early pages appeared from that.
The inspiration for 'The Worst Man on Mars' came after a chance meeting with top British scientist and author Mark Roman.
I always wanted to be a journalist. I imaged myself traveling around the world covering stories for some big newspaper. But that never happened and I ended up joining the Air Force and serving my country for four years.