About Derek the Cleric

Welcome to the world of Derek the Cleric, the quaint and quirky creation of UK based writer and illustrator Andy Robb (that’s me).

As Derek embarks on his journey into the unfamiliar ‘blogosphere’ we are allowed a peak into the sometimes hallowed but, often as not, hilarious life of his beloved charge; St. Cliff’s.

I do hope you enjoy this enterprise and trust that Derek’s fictional world brings a smile to your face.

You can now follow Derek the Cleric at derekthecleric.com

Not only that but Derek’s brilliant new tome ‘A Year at St.Cliff’s’ is in the bookshops.

Want to buy the book  now? Then click on the following link:

http://cwr.org.uk/store/p-1309-derek-the-cleric-ndash-a-year-at-st-cliffs-brorder-now-for-may-delivery.aspx

 

Should you wish to contact me (back in the real world) then you can do so at andyrobb.dreamon@virgin.net

And if you’re interested in some of the other stuff I do then here are some links to utilise at your leisure:

http://beehiveillustration.co.uk/artists/andy_robb/collection.html

http://www.eden.co.uk/andy-robb/

My ’50 Weirdest Bible Stories’ (CWR) book picked up Children’s Book of the Year 2010 (u12) from the UK christian book industry.


3 Responses to “About Derek the Cleric”

  1. Chris Mercer June 30, 2010 at 10:52 am #

    Great Likeness Rob…:)))lol

  2. Graham November 18, 2010 at 12:46 pm #

    Looking forward to the spin-off … Esmerelda the Elder ;o) Hope you are well, Andy

  3. Curtain Panels November 24, 2010 at 5:20 pm #

    my sister and i loves to read christian books because it inspires us to live life in its fullest `,~

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