THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF HORACE HORRISE

The following stories are available as downloads only at present but will, in due course, be incorporated into a new paperback book, "The Further Adventures of Horace Horrise."

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Horace has signed up to go on an international trip with his local scout district. In the meantime he has much to do including generating some extra income so that he can build up his collection of penknives. He thinks that he has found the ideal solution but, as usual, things do not go as planned.

Once the trip is underway, Horace decides that he is going to pay a visit to Portugal’s premier music event which just happens to be on his campsite’s doorstep. Once again, events do not go as expected and Horace finds himself in a situation that even he could not have ever imagined in his wildest dreams.

Matters then go from bad to worse, but when he throws the campsite into a nocturnal meltdown it looks as though an early bath is the least of his worries, but eventually Horace, in having tried to do his best, ends up somewhere which even he would not have expected.

John Hemming-Clark writes: Whilst writing the nine book “The Adventures of Horace Horrise” series I went with a load of scouts from my local district to Portugal. Usually a weekend camp with a dozen young people will throw up one or two ideas so a week in the summer sun with two hundred young people and leaders was going to mean that my notebook was nearly always in use. From the boy who brought his pet rabbit along in his rucksack without anyone knowing to the girl who wondered what sun cream tasted like so decided to find out, passing on the way the individual who pulled out a plug to covertly charge up their ’phone overnight not realising that the plug belonged to the main camp freezer so we all had to have burgers and ice cream for breakfast and then cook everything else before refreezing, the trip was a source of enough material to fill several stories and not just this one.

After I returned from Portugal I went on a family holiday and sat and wrote “Horace Horrise goes to Portugal”. Having written it I had to publish it! It is intended as a stand-alone story, still with the characters that you meet in The Adventures of Horace Horrise, but in addition to, and not part of, that series.

I hope that you enjoy it!

 

THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF HORACE HORRISE

The following story is available as a download only at present but will, in due course, be incorporated into a new paperback book, "The Further Adventures of Horace Horrise."

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What Horace anticipated was going to be a pleasant few hours in the sole company of one of his best friends takes an unexpected turn when the pair bump into another of the gang. Over lunch Melanie's behaviour shows signs of a certain lack of maturity which is brought to a head when Sonny takes the three of them on an errand.

Inadvertently they add to tensions surrounding a global health emergency but they soon realise that they are able to use it to their advantage.

However the day does not end well for all concerned with the carinavirus at large.

Horace Horrise is the UK's funniest, liveliest and naughtiest young person with adventures for teenagers and adults about him and his ever-so-slightly dysfunctional family and friends.

 

THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF HORACE HORRISE

The following story is available as a download only at present but will, in due course, be incorporated into a new paperback book, "The Further Adventures of Horace Horrise."

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Horace and his friends are back with a great story for all ages!

Horace is dismayed that he hasn't been able to do any good deeds of late when, like buses, three opportunities come along i almost at once - a cat stuck up a tree, an injured pigeon and a disorientated old lady.

Horace and his friends are more than up for the restitutive challenges but their attempts to do their best are somewhat thrown off course by the wayward Sonny who, as ever, seeks to look after himself first.


John Hemming-Clark says: I loved writing this story with the inclusion of minor characters who all seem to be unconnected. However, as the story continues the relationships unfold to keep the reader on their toes until the very end.

 

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