#ChildrensBook Jamie's Poop Gas, Parsnips, Pants and Romance
by Stephen Wray
Hi, I'm Stephen Wray and was born in 1958, no that's not a typo, and grew up in Woodley near Reading in Berkshire. I studied (ha ha) at Bulmershe Comprehensive where I learnt to A)Avoid the school bullies. B)Avoid eating school dinners and C)Avoid Caroline Reynolds (she was kiss chase champion from 1970 to 1974)
My first taste of writing came during detention, I can still remember it now. "I must not hide meatloaf in the pot plant" over and over for 60 minutes. When I eventually left school at 17, the high point was the Headmaster calling me a 'likeable nuisance,' I sold stationery, then jeans, followed by hair products, T shirts and sportswear before opening my own shop in Teddington Middx.
I've been writing for my own entertainment for the last 15 years but "Jamie's Poop Gas, Parsnips, Pants and Romance" is the first book to be published, only on Amazon Kindle downloads at the moment I'm afraid, but I hope it won't be my last.
It's aimed at 8-13 year olds and is a story about the most unlikely invention that ever was. A genius invention so unpalatable, it would have sunk without trace had it not been for the belief of a young scientist, the ingenuity of local residents and the utter desperation of millions of British people trying to survive the coldest November on record without power.
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