Junior Fiction Series
You don't earn the nickname, Captain Chaos by being the most awesome kid on the planet. Just ask Billy Bradshaw.
Nine-year-old, Billy has a talent for creating more than his fair share of chaos. He certainly doesn't mean for things to go wrong. Problem is, the harder he tries to fix the problem, the worse it usually becomes. As he flounders his way from one accidental disaster to another, there's always guaranteed to be more mix-ups and mayhem along the way.
Hi, and welcome. There are so many aspects of writing for children that I enjoy—everything from deciding on a plot to progressively developing it into a finished manuscript. My preferred style of writing is fast-paced, humorous stories with lots of unpredictability and suspense—which is exactly how I'd describe my junior fiction series, Captain Chaos.
"Have you ever messed up so badly your parents have grounded you for an entire year. Well, maybe not a year, exactly. It just feels that long. One time I was grounded for six-whole weeks for riding my bike into my mum's brand-new car. Six weeks! Talk about unfair. It was an accident! It's not like I meant to put a massive dent in the car door and smash the side mirror on purpose. That's the last thing I'd want to do. To make matters worse, two days before my grounding was due to end, I accidentally knocked a glass of milk over Dad's laptop. That didn't end well either. In fact, my dad threatened to send me off to some boot-camp for kids, where they make you clean the toilets with some manky looking toothbrush. The problem with my parents is, they've forgotten what it's like to be a kid. It can be pretty tough sometimes, right?"
Introducing, Billy Bradshaw
aka, Captain Chaos