Indie Author Interview – Robbie Cheadle

Michael and I are visiting author Colin Garrow to chat about our writing and our books, including what is coming for Michael and Robbie Cheadle as well as Roberta Eaton Cheadle. Colin has some great YA and children’s thrillers as well as a hilarious series that pokes fun at the adventures of Sherlock and Watson and many other famous books and characters.

Colin Garrow

South African-born author Robbie Cheadle started writing books to encourage her son with reading and writing, but her journey as an author has moved from cookbooks to horror…
What inspired the Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet books?

Chocolate Land and all the characters that live there were the brain child of my son, Michael. He was six years old when he came up with this idea as part of an initiative by me to get him to practice his reading and writing. Michael has an auditory processing learning barrier, so it was more difficult to teach him these skills than for my older son, Gregory.

Michael has a vivid imagination and thought the idea of a little man who lived in a world where you could eat everything and who had lots of fun adventures helping his friends with their problems was wonderful. Together we made up the rhyming verse…

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11 thoughts on “Indie Author Interview – Robbie Cheadle

  1. Awesome interview and your son has such a great imaginative power. I too love the chocolate land and all its chocolate beings who are all so cute and tiny and love eating chocolates too. Thanks for the beautiful share dear Robbie. You look so nice and lovely too.

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    1. Thank you, Jacqui. We have 10 for publication and about 5 free stories. He is 13 now so a bit less keen on Sir Choc. There may not be more but that is okay. We may write something else together in the future when he is past the teen “furies”.


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