• Guest Post

    The Legend of Frog Blog Tour: The Ideas Behind The Legend of Frog by Guy Bass

    Every now and again, an idea comes along that’s basically the same at the start as it is at the end. They’re not always the best ideas but they tend to be the ones you can explain in a sentence. “The boy who’s afraid of everything”, “Father Christmas is a secret agent” and so on. Then there are the ideas that start as one thing and grow, slowly, mould-like, into something else. Most of my ideas are like that – rather than the convenience of a lightning bolt of inspiration I begin with an impractically small seed of an idea and have to water it constantly (with coffee) for it…

  • Book Review,  Reviews

    The Legend of Frog – Guy Bass

    “Once upon a tyme there was the KING AND QUEEN OF EVERYTHING. They rooled over all of Kingdomland and lived in a palase and had thrones and crowns and all the polished sandwitches they could eat.  Their palase looked really speshul and was chock-filled with loyal subjects. Their favourite loyal subject was called Buttercup who was good and clever and wize.” Prince Frog is convinced he’s destined to rule the world …the trouble is, the world has ended. Undeterred, Frog sets out to claim his crown, armed with nothing more than a pair of Catastrophe Pants and his trusty stick, Basil Rathbone. But Frog soon realizes that the world isn’t…

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    Stitch Head – Guy Bass

    “It was the night that everything changed. The circus had come to Grubbers Nubbin. Or rather –  Fulbert Freakfinder’s  Traveling Carnival of Unnatural Wonders A most terrifying voyage for the mind and spirit to a world of such unfathomable oddities as has ever been seen -had come to Grubbers Nubbin.” Castle Grotteskew stand on the hill above Grubbers Nubbin. The townsfolk keep away. Word is a mad professor creates terrifying creatures up the castle and their cries can be heard every few days. But when the carnival comes to town everything changes for Grubbers Nubbin and Castle Grotteskew, but most especially Stitch Head, one of the castles quieter inhabitants. *** I first…