Comic writer/artist Zoë Kirk-Robinson and writer Jennifer Kirk will be at King Con in Durham, North-East England on Sunday 15 October. Our new All Over the House and Nob Mouse collections will be on sale, as will Jennifer’s phenomenal Stars novels (Bringing Home The Stars and Twinkle Little Star).
We will both be signing books and Zoë will be doing sketches. If you’re in the area, please do stop by. We are on the Circle Level of the convention, in the Gala Theatre.
All Mouse media is delighted to bring you the first in our new range of comic book collections. When we formed back in 2010 it was with the purpose of bringing you the best in science fiction and fantasy and we feel that with these two collections from our main comics, The Life of Nob T. Mouse and All Over the House, we are doing just that.
Join Nob Mouse and friends for wacky adventures in a land that’s out of this world!
The Life of Nob T. Mouse is a surrealist science-fantasy adventure with plenty of humour. It charts the life of café owner and mayor of a frontier town, Nob T. Mouse (the “T.” stands for “The”) as he attempts to live a peaceful and quiet life in a land filled with wacky monsters and strange creatures trying to take over the world. It’s the first web comic ever produced in Britain and this new book, The Collected Life of Nob T. Mouse: Book One, is not to be missed!
You can also see the new exploits of Nob Mouse and friends at nobmouse.net, where new comics go online on weekdays.
Emily and Tesrin’s early adventures come to print for the first time!
All Over the House is a satirical political comedy-drama featuring the exploits of cynical journalist-turned-politician Emily Westwood and he long-time companion Tesrin Stepford-Brown, a barrister who practices demonology on the side because “someone’s got to do it”. Join Emily and Tesrin as they get into one ridiculous scrape after another while trying to cope with life in the modern world in All Over the House: Book One.
All Over the House updates daily, Monday to Friday, at alloverthehouse.net.
Bolton author Jennifer Kirk today presented Mayor Spencer of Bolton with copies of her two latest science-fiction horror novels, ‘Bringing Home The Stars‘ and ‘Twinkle Little Star‘. The novels will be made available to the public in Bolton Library.
Jennifer said she was honoured to have been invited to meet the Mayor and Mayoress of Bolton and felt presenting copies of her books for inclusion in the library was a way of saying thanks. “I am grateful for the chance to make my books available to a larger audience,” she said of the occasion.
“It was fascinating to have a tour of the town hall and to learn of Bolton’s history,” said Jennifer. She was also pleased to finally understand what the significance of the elephant on Bolton’s crest was, saying it had been a subject of curiosity for many years.
Jennifer will be signing copies of her books in Bolton Waterstones on Saturday 19 November and Manchester Arndale’s Waterstones on Sunday 20 November.
Information for editors:
Jennifer is a long-time resident of Bolton, having been born in Bolton in 1979. She is a former pupil of Bolton School and is a Civilian Instructor with Bolton Sea Cadets.
Her previous novels include the ‘Syndicates‘ science-fiction thriller series; fantasy novel ‘The Orb of Arawaan‘; and ‘Daytrippers‘, a comedy.
More information about Jennifer and her books can be found at www.jennifer-kirk.com. For more information or to arrange an interview with Jennifer, please contact Zoë Kirk-Robinson on 01204 592 298 or firstname.lastname@example.org.