Tag: Andrew Buller

My Mental Health

Blog from children's author, illustrator, publisher and speaker Andrew Buller - Reflecting on my own Mental Health struggles

Author Andrew Buller reflects on struggles with his Mental Health and what has ultimately made the difference to enable him to cope with life…

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Crowdfunding for UK Creatives

Crowdfunding advice and options for UK Creatives explored by author and illustrator Andrew Buller including Just Giving, Patreon, KickStarter, Crowdfunder and Unbound.

I have recently embarked on my own crowdfunding project and wanted to put together a post on the most useful information I have found in the hope it will be helpful to others. Supporting other Creatives I am passionate about

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New Year’s Goals 2019

Blog from children's author, illustrator, publisher and speaker Andrew Buller

Happy New Year! I am so excited to get back into work at the start of 2019. January can often be a month for the blues, but this year I have been buzzing with ideas and targets for the new

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Introducing “But Nana”

Blog from children's author, illustrator, publisher and speaker Andrew Buller

It has been my pleasure here at Andrew Buller Books to work with Patricia M Brookhouse over the last number of months to turn her manuscript into her first published book. This charming tale explores God in creation and God

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Harbledown Hope Launched

Blog from children's author, illustrator, publisher and speaker Andrew Buller

Come behind the scenes as Harbledown Hope launches… It was a great pleasure to present at the Harbledown Hope book launch on World Homeless Day with the wonderful clients of Catching Lives. This creative arts project has been running for the

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Harbledown In Bookshop

Blog from children's author, illustrator, publisher and speaker Andrew Buller

Catching Lives Bookshop celebrates Harbledown Hope’s launch The Catching Lives Bookshop, in Palace Street, Canterbury celebrates the release of Harbledown Hope written and illustrated by Catching Lives homeless clients with a beautiful front window display of the book and art

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Book Launch Announced

Blog from children's author, illustrator, publisher and speaker Andrew Buller

Introducing Harbledown Hope “Harbledown Hope: a journey through homelessness” is the first book to be written and illustrated by the incredibly talented clients at Catching Lives and co-authored by Andrew Buller. It is about a young orphaned fox’s traumatic journey, drawing

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Catching Lives Reflections

Blog from children's author, illustrator, publisher and speaker Andrew Buller

For the past eighteen months I have been volunteering at the charity Catching Lives in Canterbury and have been heavily involved in a EU-funded literacy project with our homeless community. This written work is developing into our own illustrated children’s book

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The Art Of Publishing

Blog from children's author, illustrator, publisher and speaker Andrew Buller

My name is Andrew Buller and I am author of the children’s picture book series The Rhymers. Within this piece I share my writing journey, as well as the tools and techniques I have used to successfully self-publish my books;

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Why I love my job…

Blog from children's author, illustrator, publisher and speaker Andrew Buller

As I stood in the woods near my home this morning I was struck by just how much I love what I do! To be establishing as a writer, illustrator, author is totally awesome! Yet that has not always been the

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