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Gorgeous George and the Giant Geriatric Generator

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‘Gorgeously funny, exciting, smelly, revolting and brilliant!’ Eoin Colfer

New coverBogies, baddies, bagpipes and bums! Farting, false teeth and fun!

This tale begins when George witnesses something rather disturbing from his bedroom window late one night. Maybe it was a UFO or a ghostly apparition, or maybe it’s even more sinister. Whatever it was, nobody believes him. People are disappearing fast and no one seems to care. Why are the people of Little Pumpington so miserable? Why has his evil teacher started smelling of wee? Why does Mr Jolly the Janitor collect hundreds of pairs of false teeth in a cupboard in his workshop?

Will George discover the truth behind these mysteries before it’s too late?

Just do not try the ‘Burning Bag of Poo Prank’ at home. You have been warned!

ISBN: 978-1-910614-00-6 (paperback) 978-1-901614-02-0 (ebook)

Prices: £7.99 (paperback) £4.99 (Kindle)

Reading Age: 8+

Pages: 224

Gorgeous George and the Unidentified Unsinkable Underpants Part 2

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‘It’s Underpantastic!’ says Charlie Higson (from BBC’s Fast Show, Young Bond and The Enemy series)New Cover (john 2014)

Tension, tunnels, trouser trumpets and tears. Plesiosaurs, porridge and pants!

Gorgeous George, Grandpa Jock and Crayon Kenny are in a boat on Loch Ness. Allison is actually in Loch Ness! Can she swim? Will she survive and was that really a monster in the water?

It’s a serious start to a stinky story about secret submarines, strange smells and sea serpents. It’s poo, pee and pumps Ahoy! as Grandpa Jock whips off his whoopee cushion underpants and steals a truck to save the day.

Three American scientists find out how high can a dinosaur wee up a wall? Who can pump porridge? And who wants to wear Grandpa Jocks pants?

Hopefully no-one will eat more rabbit poo in part two, as the World Porridge Championships have been poisoned and the saboteur is on the loose. And George and Kenny may just experiment with their own wee.

More pee-wee, undersea whoopee in the continuing adventures of Gorgeous George and the Unidentified Unsinkable Underpants.

ISBN: 978-1-910614-01-3 (paperback) 978-1-901614-03-07(ebook)

Prices: £6.99 (paperback) £4.99 (Kindle)

Reading Age: 8+

Pages: 160


Gorgeous George and the Jumbo Jobby Juicer (or Pink Poo Power) (Release date – March 2015) JJJ cover JP

Burgers, bowel movements, baddies and burps. Chimps, bum chocolate and cheese!

The circus is coming to town and Grandpa Jock has almost wet himself with excitement. George’s suspicions are aroused when the circus elephants begin dumping piles of pink poo on the pavement.

And the circus chimps are poop scooping the pink stuff into pales and taking it home. Is the delightful dung really just good for the garden or is there something more sinister going on?

Why are all of the country’s elephants moving to a secret animal sanctuary? Why are the fields around Little Pumpington growing nothing but beetroot?  Why are the burgers from McDoballs fast food restaurant so darn tasty? And what will happen to Crayon Kenny’s little brother now that he has stuck five plastic soldiers up his bum? (Don’t try this at home!)

Grandpa Jock sniffs a mystery, George sniffs the elephants’ fear and Crayon Kenny sniffs his little toy soldiers. Is Allison the only sane person in the town? Even she is becoming addicted to the latest range of delicious cheeseburgers, chips and the new energy drink, Power Pink.

Who is the mysterious Ringmaster and why are the chimps piddling in a bucket? Will Grandpa Jock come to the rescue on a scooter in his kilt? How many elephants can you squeeze into the back of a small truck? And are beans, beans really the only musical fruit?

More poo, pee and pumps with Gorgeous George so strong stomachs need only apply. Not for the haint farted….I mean, not for the faint hearted!




2 Thoughts on “Books on Sale

  1. Denise Taylor on November 13, 2014 at 11:16 am said:

    I am wondering if you are the Stuart Reid who wrote “Armies of the Irish Rebellion 1798″ ?
    My GGG Grandfather was in the Reay Fencibles and I am endeavouring to find out more details – in the book it is stated that the regimental orderly book has survived and I wonder if that would give more details and if it is available to be looked at by me and how or where I could access it? I would appreciate hearing from you. Thank you.

  2. Hi Denise,

    Not me, I’m afraid. I’m much younger that other Stuart Reid, who writes about military history. I write about bums, bogies and bottom burps ;)

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