Ian Probert


Ian Probert has been scribbling down words ever since he learned to spell the phrase: 'Once upon a time...'. He is the author of Internet Spy, Rope Burns and a bunch of other titles. Internet Spy was a bestseller in the US and made into a TV film. Rope Burns is a book about why books shouldn't be written about boxing. Ian has also written things for a shed load of newspapers and magazines. When Ian was a student he used to write lots of letters to the bank manager.

Visit https://ianprobertbooks.wordpress.com for random thoughts about the universe and the price of tea.

Go to http://ianprobert.com to increase traffic to his website, which is apparently very important.

Follow him on Twitter on @truth42 if you've got far too much time on your hands.

Follow him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/716683635030173/. Lord knows why you'd want to do that.

Where to find Ian Probert online

Where to buy in print


Johnny Nothing – Free half a book
Price: Free! Words: 18,760. Language: English. Published: September 2, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Entertainment
(4.00 from 1 review)
WARNING: This book will seriously damage your funny bone. The poorest boy in school has just inherited £1 million. But there is a catch: If he can hold on to his cash for a whole year he will earn ten times that amount. Enter Felicity MacKenzie, the ugliest, sweatiest, vilest, cruelest, hairiest mother in the western world.

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