Author, illustrator and publisher Andrew Buller loves to support other authors and illustrators in their own creative journeys. He is delighted to advise and empower them. He runs a highly-acclaimed publishing consultancy service for those looking to see their work in print. He is also an active member of a Canterbury Creatives group meeting in the East Kent area supporting one another and offering advice and expertise.
I have worked with the clients at Catching Lives homeless charity to write and illustrate their own series of books. 2017 saw the release of their first book Harbledown Hope. The second book in the series is well underway.
I worked with Joan’s family to enable Joan to fulfil her dream. Her beautiful poetry and illustrations were published in her own book. In May 2016, Joan’s charming book “Ramblings of an Old Biddy” was released onto Amazon and has given enormous pleasure to her and her family!
I collaborated with my daughter to help her realise her dream of seeing her first book in print. It is a charming story of a bear’s search for his underwear, full of colour and engaging rhymes.
Check out the delightful book series by Tina Stubbs that support young children in their development and encourage good habits in an enjoyable way. Visit www.lifeslittlebugs.co.uk
Husband and wife team Mark and Liz Dorey have produced a series of delightful children’s books. Mark is a wonderful story-teller and a regular visitor to schools inspiring young children’s love of reading and writing. Liz provides the beautiful illustrations for each of Mark’s stories. Their books include Polly’s Magic Bubbles, Can We Walk To The Moon and How God Un-Invisibled Himself.
Jack Cherry and The Juicer inspires children to be happier, more confident and more resilient. Get a free copy of their comic by visiting their website. They are also inviting 7 to 11 year olds to write a sequel to the story and win some AMAZING PRIZES in this free to enter competition.
Contact Andrew Buller
Contact Andrew Buller about his books or to book his services by sending him a message today. He would love to hear from you. You can also email him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org