Belfast born author, A.G.R. Moore started writing in 2009 after fellow collaborator Gillian Reid suggested writing he should write a children's book.
Since then has gone on to self-publish two novels, the darkly delightful fantasy adventure The Unseen Chronicles of Amelia Black in 2011 (the first in his Unseen Saga series) and a picturesque fable about A Boy Named Hogg in 2012.
In the summer of 2013, while working on the sequel for Amelia Black, he released a free short story called A Gurumapa In The Wood.
A.G.R. Moore has been met with acclaim in his home country of Northern Ireland as well as drawing praise from other parts of the world. A real advocate for children's story telling, he has been lucky enough to express his views on BBC Radio and local reading events in his home town of Belfast.
"The children's market for writers is so competitive, but I really love what I do. I only hope one day someone else will take a chance with me and put me one step closer to being able to do this for a living."