Finished copies of The Very Hungover Caterpillar arrive!

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About Emlyn Rees

Copywriter, crime writer, comedy writer, editor and co-founder of Dark and Stormy Crime Festival. Hunted, Wanted, We're Going on a Bar Hunt, The Very Hungover Caterpillar, The Teenager Who Came to Tea, and Switch It Off! out now.
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4 Responses to Finished copies of The Very Hungover Caterpillar arrive!

  1. Gina Milsom says:

    Hi,
    I am going to try an old fashioned way on the modern way of communicating… In summary, I love the genres that you caputure and there are 3 things that I would like to get your thoughts on. They are short questions that need short answers and I would normally pick up a phone to ask. But i am sure you get loads of these requests. What is the best way to get these questions to you?

    • Emlyn Rees says:

      Hi Gina, You can drop me a line at noveleditors@me.com Best, Emlyn

      • Gina Milsom says:

        Hi Emlyn,

        Very impressed with the speed of response. So, my 3 questions.

        1) I love books and hope that I am encouraging my son as well. He just turned 4 last week and we wrote a book together as a fun activity. The men in my family suffer from dyslexia and I wanted to remove the fear of words and it seems to be working wtih him. How did you get published and what set you on this path?

        2) I thought your take on the hangover catepillar was halarious! We have friends who are turning 40 this year. Any chance of signing the books (3 in total) if I send them to you?

        3) I love thrillers and wanted to know what inspires you about this genre?

        Kind regards
        Gina Milsom

      • Emlyn Rees says:

        Hi Gina, If you send me an email at noveleditors@me.com, I can then get back to you on this properly. Meanwhile, here’s a great link to a Guardian article of children’s books for kids with dyslexia for any younger members of your family: http://www.theguardian.com/childrens-books-site/2014/sep/15/dyslexic-child-best-books-reading Best, emlyn

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