When an assistant to the director role turns into P.A. to her favourite film star, Jen can’t believe her luck. Eleanor Francis is charming, kind and funny, but she has a secret, and when tragedy strikes, things threaten to unravel at an uncontrollable pace. Despite being out of her depth Jen has to adapt to her new role quickly, to protect Eleanor, with whom she is rapidly falling in love.
The story is very well written and flows nicely… I would love to read more about the two main characters in future books.” – Simon Leonard – Black Books Blog
Love blossoms in an unexpected place in this emotional short story. A change of direction for Clepitt but delicately written and heartfelt.” – Claire Buss – Author of The Rose Thief and other novels
The story’s optimism that makes it such a joy to read and leaves one feeling there must be hope after all.” – A.M. Leibowitz – Author of Keeping the Faith and other novels.
I Wore Heels to the Apocalypse
Is anyone truly prepared for the apocalypse? Well, Kerry certainly isn’t, and she fairly quickly discovers that looking sharp in a business suit and heels is not going to help anyone when there’s an apocalypse, with possible zombies!
Together with a super spy, an ex girl guide and a personal trainer with manly foraging skills Kerry must battle terrifying religious cults, rich people and her personal demons, all whilst having the daily chore of deciding what to wear!
This is a laugh out loud comedy with romance, heart and talking badgers, and is not to be missed.
What would you wear to the apocalypse? #IWoreHeels
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There’s a sublime wit and whimsy to C H Clepitt’s prose. Heed the badger, for the badger is wise.
– Samuel Z Jones, Author The Baron Moruna & other novels
By the way folks (yes, I’m a super fan type, OK?) I Wore Heels.. is a must read. It has everything; out and out humour, strangeness, acerbic wit and apocalyptic highjinks… seriously if you haven’t read it you must.
– Aline Duriaud, Founder of ChachaRocks
Everything is Better With a Cape: The Second Part to I Wore Heels to the Apocalypse
What is better than a sarcastic talking badger? A sarcastic talking badger with superpowers, of course!
Having survived the apocalypse, Kerry is back to being a socially awkward web developer, but when apocalypse survivors start ending up dead, with her next on the list, events begin to spiral out of control. Follow Kerry as she deals with life and fashion challenges, whilst trying to save the world in this hilarious sequel to I Wore Heels to the Apocalypse.
Be a hero, #WearTheCape
A fast paced novel with amusing scenarios and believable character interplay… What makes Cape stand out from the crowd is the inclusion of a secondary storyline told through comic strips. It keeps you guessing about what will happen next and how the storylines are connected.
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A Reason to Stay
Who would have thought that being knocked out by a plus sized mannequin would lead to a complete life change?
Stephen is stuck in a rut: dead-end job, no romantic prospects, no hope. A series of bizarre accidents look set to change his path forever.
Having been given a year off work, Stephen decides to undertake a journey across country, aboard a less than manly, nonetheless affordable mode of transportation. A near miss with a miniature poodle leaves Stephen in a cast, his moped wrecked and his journey postponed; he is forced to spend 6 weeks in a village.
His physical journey at a standstill, trapped amongst a quirky cast of characters, Stephen finds himself on a different kind of journey, that of self discovery. Learning more about these people makes him discover new things about himself, and gradually his angry, sarcastic world view dissipates. Life in the village seems perfect, but surely this idyllic existence can’t last, especially for someone as hopelessly accident prone as Stephen?
A Reason to Stay playfully satirises society. Follow Stephen’s adventures whilst he conquers his fear of shopping, teenagers and lascivious older women, in a humorous yet strangely real tale of the effect one person can have on those around them without even realising.
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The Book of Abisan
Do you believe in destiny? When two worlds collide a new hope is born.
Yfrey is lost, alone in a world where her kind is persecuted. She has one hope, to find The Roghnaithe, one who is destined to help save her world from destruction by a tyrannical ruler. The Book of Abisan crosses multiple realities to follow the lives of two very different women, as they come together to battle armies, as well as their own personal demons.
Step into an exciting world of adventure, magic and alternate realities in this fast paced, action packed fantasy.
To find out more visit The Book of Abisan website.
Segments of lives. A collection of short stories.
There are currently a collection of short stories available exclusively to Kindle, you can find them by searching C H Clepitt. When there are enough of them Badger will be putting them into print in a book called Segments. Not yet though.
You can buy a paperback of these selected shorts on
The Crew Chronicles
It’s not easy being different, but when you have good friends and a supportive family even the scariest criminals can be taken down. Join Crew, in the first of a series of short story length Sci Fi adventures from the author of The Book of Abisan.
First Time Out
In the second in this series of Sci Fi short stories Crew finds himself on his first mission. Placed in a new situation he experiences new things and learning things about himself and his family that he never knew. This is the second in the Crew Chronicles series.
Crew Genesis (Prequel)
If the law says you have no rights who’s left to defend you? When the realities of what the law means hits home to Cross she is torn between doing her duty and doing the right thing.
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— Jayne (@10Bumblebees) September 4, 2013
@BadgersTweetToo Of course you can! No need to ask, I personally think everyone who can – should read them both! When’s the next one out?
— Jayne (@10Bumblebees) September 4, 2013
— Kat (@_MoJuju_) August 5, 2013
@BadgersTweetToo Pssss badger i already have it on my Kindler read it too and its GREAATTTT
— Amadeus#newdog#FC (@Amadeusivan) May 20, 2013
— Neil Jeffery (@SirBlimelyWindy) September 4, 2013