Author Archives: Emlyn Rees

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.

All the best trilogies come in fours…

We’ve just launched Parody Central. Please do go check it out – for all your parody needs! And you can also find out more about ‘Twas the Fight Before Christmas, our latest parody for this Christmas… Advertisements

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Beach Hut Writing Academy Conference

Really looking forward to this on March 12th. It’s a full-day conference for new & experienced writers, run by the Beach Hut Writing Academy Conference and taking place in the gorgeous Brighton sea front Angel House. There’ll be plenty going … Continue reading

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Happy Christmas, Folks!

Postcard

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Guess Who’s In Need of a Digital Detox?

From Monday September 25th, I will be digitally detoxing, meaning I’ll be offline through until the publication of Switch It Off! – our paper smartphone, that’s actually an activity book shaped like a phone. Maybe it’s something you might like to try … Continue reading

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Near Hertford? We’re at Hertford Kids’ Fest on Sunday 4th Oct.

Looking forward to appearing at the brilliant Hertford Children’s Book Festival for our event there on Sunday 4th October – where we’ll be discussing all things Bar Hunt, Hungover Caterpillar & signing copies of our new book, Switch It Off! – “the activity … Continue reading

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Cover reveal: The Teenager Who Came to Tea.

In the wake of We’re Going on a Bar Hunt and The Very Hungover Caterpillar, we’ve written The Teenager Who Came to Tea, once again illustrated by the brilliant Gillian Johnson. Here’s a sneak peek of the cover: And here’s what our lovely … Continue reading

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Talking to @JSLawBooks this Thurs at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum, about thriller of the year, Tenacity.

Really looking forward to chatting to James about his (truly) brilliant debut thriller, Tenacity, on Thursday 30th July. Here’s the cover: Here’s what it’s about: Suicide must be investigated. Especially when a Royal Navy sailor kills himself on a nuclear … Continue reading

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