David Bramhall ...

... at various times a music teacher, conductor, composer, arranger, choir-trainer, concert-promoter, a very grumpy blogger, company secretary and most recently an aspiring but rather clueless engineer ...

... now an elderly gent and the author of some decidedly odd books, including nine novels ...

The Greatest Cape, a series of five books. Pirates, some enormous villains, cannibals, wicked clergymen, some cake, more pirates, a lost treasure, a loony school teacher (but aren't they all?), secret tunnels, a talking dog, a jagular, more cake, ephelants, one more pirate ... not necessarily in that order, of course. Oh, and cake - did we mention cake?

The Kitty Novels, a Trilogy. Less scary than The Greatest Cape (but still fairly scary, to be honest). Time travel, battles, magic, a couple of friendly monsters, plenty of people who are not friendly at all, a castle, some floods and an awful lot of snow but rather less cake, sadly ...

The Honeyplot, a novel. Quite a lot of singing, some bees, a vanishing sheep, some highly embarrassed clergymen, a rather sad romance and an even sadder murder ... Very little cake, sorry.

Aurelia, six ghost stories. One of them is even true! No cake at all.

Training Your Young Choir ... how to do it really well. Again, no cake. What did you expect?

Composing in the Classroom Opus 1
Composing in the Classroom Opus 2

... and proprietor of www.PayThePiper.co.uk, a helpful website about learning to play a musical instrument.

All things to all men, really ...