Up The Creek Without a Mullet
“Humour, travel and hairy adventure… should you buy this book? Flick through and mullet over…”
- Danny Wallace
“His genuine enthusiasm shines through, making this book a very satisfying read.”
- Follow The Thread
“Up The Creek Without a Mullet”, published by Sandstone Press, charts the origins of my mullet mission and the first three adventures in Albania, Ireland and Australia.
10% of my royalties will go to aidconvoy.net, a humanitarian organisation run by my friend Kieran, which features in the book.
|Paperback: UK | Ireland | USA | Canada | Australia | New Zealand | South Africa | signed direct from author
Amazon Kindle: UK | USA
Apple iBooks: UK | USA
Further stories from the mullet trail
“Up The Creek Without a Mullet” is the start of a series of books on my worldwide mullet search.
However, I am currently working on a sequel which charts my adventures in England, Canada, New Zealand and the USA, bringing the story more or less up to the present day. I am hoping this will be out some time in 2012.
Between 2007 and 2011, I was the anonymous creator of popular local news satire site Inversnecky.
“Lost Horizons“: I’ve been writing a blog since 2005. I’ve enjoyed charting some of the places I’ve been, things I’ve done, seen and read, and people I’ve met.
Sandstone blog: I write an occasional blog on the website of Sandstone Press, the publishers of my book, focussing mostly on experiences relating to the book itself.
I am also playing around with some fiction ideas. Some would count as science fiction, and one idea emerging in my head would be an outrageous and hopefully humourous reflection on society and media.
I’ll not tell you much more than that, as these ideas are at a very early stage.
If you are from any publication or website that would like something written, then drop a line as I am always interested in broadening what I’ve written about. You’ll get a sense from this website, particularly the blog, of what I might suit; but my main interests and strengths are travel (especially Scotland and the Highlands but also much of Europe), politics, Christianity, and anything off-beat.