I was born a freckled child with red hair in a small city on the England-Wales border. I am now a freckled man with red hair in a big City in the South of England. I did well in school until I reached the age of reason, replaced my jam-jar glasses with contact lenses, and realised that the lack of responsibility was best exploited by clowning around.
I had dreams of becoming a lorry driver briefly, then a vet, but put all of those dreams on hold to truss chickens and re-spear kegs, before going to university as I didn’t know what else to do. I always loved writing and the thought of producing interesting characters, and re-found that drive when writing essays at university (ironically largely about uninteresting characters throughout history).
After university the bright lights of the big City seemed the logical option. The paradox of working for local government in the most notorious financial district in the world seemed to light a creative spark, and I began to consider if I could weave a character I had in my head into a tangible storyline. Thus The Chronicles of Hope was spawned. I have so many ideas for future works, from novels to sitcoms, and am confident that whilst some will be good, some may be humorously shit. I like mixing heavier stuff with lighter stuff and my latest offering is on the lighter side of things.
The Big Book of Cnts is an indispensable resource for any nature enthusiast, and the first comprehensive guide of one of the newest and fastest-growing species found on planet earth. Featuring tips on how to become a young cntspotter, the book provides all the information needed to identify any breed at any time of the year, covering descriptions, distributions, life spans, habitats, behaviours, diets, and reproductive habits. Informative and beautifully illustrated, it features 32 of the most common cnts found the world over, making this book the ultimate field guide, essential on every bookshelf and cntwatching trip.
That’s about it for now, if you want to follow/purchase any of my works then I sincerely thank you, I would love to make a career out of writing.
You can check out my website at robertbreeze.com, and follow me on twitter @robertbreeze. Cheers.