James Warwood

Biography

There are some kids who can do all the actions, sing all the words, smile for the camera, read every book and write their name backwards. And there are some kids who spend most of their time staring off into space. James Warwood was a star-gazer.

Twenty years later and James still spends most of his adult life day-dreaming, only now his day-dreams become children's stories. 'The Grotty Spoon' is his very first attempt at publishing one of his stories, of which he hopes it will be the first of many.

James lives in Chester, England, where he works full-time for an online bookseller as a marketing assistant.

Where to find James Warwood online

Twitter: cjwarwood

Books

49 Ways to Steal the Cookie Jar
By James Warwood
Series: 49..., Book 2. Price: Free! Words: 4,530. Language: English. Published: November 27, 2013. Category: Fiction
Hungry?... Got a sweet tooth?... Can't wait till dinner time?... Here's 49 (extremely silly) ways to steal the Cookie Jar! With an illustration for each haphazard attempt, you're guaranteed to laugh, smirk, and chuckle for hours.
49 Excuses for Not Tidying Your Bedroom
By James Warwood
Series: 49..., Book 1. Price: $1.49 USD. Words: 4,670. Language: English. Published: November 23, 2013. Category: Fiction
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
Is your bedroom a tip?... Did you forget to tidy?... Can you hear the sound of parental footsteps getting closer and closer?... Here’s 49 (extremely silly) excuses for not tidying your bedroom! With an illustration for each haphazard attempt, you're guaranteed to laugh, smirk, and chuckle for hours.
The Grotty Spoon: The Grottiest Story Ever Told
By James Warwood
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 20,280. Language: English. Published: March 3, 2013. Category: Fiction
'The Grotty Spoon' is not what you'd call a normal restaurant. Mr Sprout, the revolting owner, would do anything to win a Golden Placemat Award. So when an Inspector comes to visit, Mr Sprout and his long-suffering employees do everything they can to impress. Which of course is a recipe for utter chaos. Self-illustrated with over 30 pencil drawings.

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