Charles Wood - Author, Documentary Maker, Illustrator, Blogger
Charles Wood - Author, Documentary Maker, Illustrator, Blogger

Published Books & Spin Offs

Books

Exmoor Fun | published by Westcountry Books

 

Twenty Sentries of Bristle | published by Westcountry Books

 

How To Survive In Somerset | published by Halsgrove


Surviving Another Somerset Year | published by Halsgrove


Exmoor Amour | published by Halsgrove

 

Charles Wood's Somerset Quiz Book | published by Halsgrove

 

Charles Wood's Second Somerset Quiz Book | published by Halsgrove


Bats Pads and Cider - A Miscellany Of Somerset Cricket | published by Halsgrove

 

Bats Pads and Gladiators - A Miscellany of Gloucestershire Cricket | published by Halsgrove

 

Another Somerset Century | published by Halsgrove

 

Bats and Belters - a novel | published by Halsgrove

 

How To Survive In Staffordshire | published by Halsgrove

click image: Surviving Another Somerset Year

Short Stories

Tales From The Green Man's Daughter | published by Red Silk Arts (also available on CD and download)

 

A series of fairy tales set in the Exmoor countryside.

 

Come. Listen to the stories

that live as spirits in the trees

and in the rocks and stones,

puddles and streams.

Come. Listen. Open your ears.

Digital Album

Tales From The Green Man's Daughter

http://charleswood.bandcamp.com/

Images by Rebecca Ogle

An enchanting worlde where olde mischief dwells.. 

Originally written and composed in 2005. This is a special download edition containing bonus tracks and album only artwork. 

Stories © Charles Wood 2005 
Music © Dizzy Banjo Studios 2005 
Images © Rebecca Ogle 2005

credits

Released 02 May 2005 
Tales by Charles Wood 
Read by Lois Harbinson 
Music by Robert Thomas 

Short Fantasy Film

click image to watch

The Chime-Child of Wiveliscombe - Exmoor Films (2004). A fairy tale of witches and magic set on the Blackdown Hills and in the Somerset town of Wiveliscombe adapted from 'Tales From The Green Man's Daughter' short stories.

 © 2017 Charles Wood

News

New book How To Survive In Staffordshire was published by Halsgove, October 2016.

Bats and Belters - A light-hearted novel about village cricket was published by Halsgrove, Autumn 2014.

click image to read All Out Cricket review

Another Somerset Century The book that's found its way into the Lord's library earns three 5-star Amazon reviews: 'A very good read, by a brilliant author. The best of the SCCC books that have come out for a while.'  18/11/13. 'Tackles all the the recent stories from numerous runner's up finishes to major ground and personnel changes.' 12/12/13. An enjoyable read for a Somerset supporter or fan of cricket. The sort of book one can pick up, read a bit, and return to with ease.' 20/12/13.

Bats Pads & Gladiators - A Miscellany of Gloucestershire Cricket earns a 5-Star Amazon review.

My documentary film Nature's Alchemy was selected for participation in the Culture Unplugged online festival Spirit Enlightened 2014.

Digital Album of Fairy Tales

Tales From The Green Man's Daughter - Digital Album released 20.08.12

 

Cricket blog attracts attention. Read 

zumbeamer.wordpress.com

 

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On Kindle

My books are available on Amazon Kindle

for you to enjoy.

 

Download a free sample today @ the Kindle Store

of:

 

Bats Pads and Cider

 

How To Survive In Somerset

 

Surviving Another Somerset Year

 

Exmoor Amour

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