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Read on to find out a bit more about some books that Andy wrote.
Hidden in Plain Sight
Is the truth out there? Or is it closer to home, within you? Or a mixture of both?
Hidden in Plain Sight is a book which shuns tribalism and seeks to find a common ground between people of all faiths and none. Because there are certain things – core beliefs – that we all agree on, no matter our colour or creed or nation or epoch.
“A rare and dazzling gem… there really is nothing like this book” – Glen Scrivener
Curious Tales of Redemption
Why is the Easter Bunny fed up? What if all the computers in the world staged a rebellion? Where did that weird pool come from? Open up and find out…
Illustrated by Andy Gray, Curious Tales is a collection of fascinating short stories for children of all ages, written around the themes of grief, hope and redemption.
“Funny and often moving. The Two Andys have created a lovely collection of God-hued stories.” – Bob Hartman
The Gig Delusion
The sequel to Stand Up and Deliver, The Gig Delusion is a laugh-out-loud novel set against the backdrop of the UK comedy circuit. Ambitious comedian Andy wants Carlos as his agent. He also wants Betty as his wife.
Carlos sets Andy the challenge of performing a comedy gig in every English county in 10 weeks. Betty challenges Andy to be a focused, devoted husband-to-be as they prepare for their wedding in 10 weeks’ time.
Suddenly the two loves of Andy’s life are in competition. Who will win
“A tremendous book” – James Cary, Writer of Bluestone 42
Stand Up And Deliver
In March 2011 Andy published his debut book, ‘Stand Up and Deliver’.
“A highly entertaining account of a young man’s first year as a rookie comedian. The book starts with Andy’s first ever attempt at stand-up, and we then follow him through the next twelve months, encountering the giddying highs and excruciating lows of life on the comedy circuit.
Full of joy, laughs, tears and weirdos, it is more than simply a diary about doing comedy. It is, more importantly, a tale about what happens when someone tries to follow their childhood ambitions and realise their deepest hopes.”
“Totally unputdownable and our book of the year!” – Sorted Magazine
“A funny and very honest book. I laughed out loud. It left me wanting to know more” – David Nobbs (creator of Reginald Perrin)
“Meticulously accurate, entertaining, surprisingly moving. Kind projects an accessible, warm, upbeat demeanour that makes for an easily enjoyable read” – Chortle.co.uk
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