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By: David Armitage

The Adventures of Connor and Sparky

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Dreams can be anything you want them to be, but imagine flying through space doing cartwheels, flying past a giant floating doggy biscuit, or realizing that planet Mars, was in fact a giant chocolate bar. But this is just part of the story.

Connor used to be such a happy little boy, but world events had made him sad and confused. Despite the best efforts of his mum and dad, and all the people who loved him, to cheer him up, nothing seemed to work.

A new plan was needed, but would it work?

It didn’t take long for Connor and his new dog, Sparky, to become the best of friends. At night-time, sleeping soundly, the pair would begin to have the wildest of adventures together. Join them on their first as they race aliens around Saturn and try to beat the current intergalactic champion.

Starting from the back, the dynamic duo would need all their skills, determination, and resilience, to cross the ‘Slime Line’ first, but could they, do it?

A harmless conversation one lockdown evening, whilst reading one of the many stories they have shared over the years, to his own little superhero, provided the foundation for his writing. His greatest joy comes from the time he spends with his little pal whether it is bike rides, picnics in the park, building LEGO, playing games, reading stories, days out, or any other adventure they go on together. With a love of football, he is a volunteer youth coach who also enjoys travelling. His dream is to one day tour America in a camper van.

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