I am an author, ghost-writer and a book coach and I have written or

collaborated on 39 books, of which several have reached The Sunday Times

Top Ten Bestseller List. I have held the number one best seller spot on

Amazon with six of my ghost-written books and I have a movie

optioned in Hollywood for my best selling book, DO THE BIRDS STILL

SING IN HELL? which tells the story of Horace 'Jim' Greasley and his

daring escapes while in a Nazi POW Camp during WWII. 

My books are translated into ten languages.

My main work is ghostwriting but I also help and coach the would be

writer/author on a one-to-one basis. We take it a chapter at a time and I act as their mentor while we work face-to-face or on Skype. The process takes around six months and if my student has followed my guidelines then he or she will have a completed book to show for their efforts. They will also have a publishing agreement.

I can also ghostwrite a book based on the subject's notes or their own written version of the story. The process can take just six weeks but most projects run for around six to ten months. My book coaching fees start from 300 GBP per 10,000 words.

I am also a literary agent.

An exceptional read based on a true story, worthy of a spot in the top ten.

The Sunday Times


An incredible account, surely one of the most honest autobiographies ever written. One for the short list.

William Hill Sports Biography of the Year

Superbly written by a patient and understanding ghostwriter.

Leicester Mercury



Horace 'Jim' Greasley was 20 years old in the spring of 1939 when Adolf Hitler invaded Czechoslovakia and then Poland. There had been whispers and murmurs of discontent from certain quarters and the British government began to prepare for the inevitable war. After seven weeks training with the 2nd/5th Battalion Leicester, he found himself facing the might of the German army in a muddy field south of Cherbourg, in Northern France, with just thirty rounds of ammunition in his weapon pouch.


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