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David M. Barnett is an author, journalist and comic book writer based in the North of England. As a journalist, he writes mainly long-form features for the UK press including the Guardian, Independent, Big Issue, Tortoise, BBC Culture and more. 

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Calling Major Tom (2017) by David M. Barnett

Forty-something Thomas is very happy to be on his own, far away from other people and their problems. But beneath his grumpy exterior lies a story and a sadness that is familiar to us all. And he’s about to encounter a family who will change his view of the world… for good.

Available to buy from Amazon in Paperback, Audiobook and Kindle Edition.

The Growing Pains of Jennifer Ebert, Aged 19 Going on 91 (2018) by David M. Barnett

The Growing Pains of Jennifer Ebert, aged 19 going on 91 is a funny, warm and uplifting novel about the importance of friendship, the value of community, and how it’s never too late to have the time of your life…

Available to buy from Amazon in Paperback, Audiobook and Kindle Edition.

Things Can Only Get Better (2019) by David M. Barnett

For elderly churchwarden Arthur Calderbank, there’s no place like home. His home just so happens to be a graveyard.

Available to buy from Amazon in Paperback, Audiobook and Kindle Edition.

The Handover (2021) by David M. Barnett

Rating: 3 out of 5.

An utterly charming and heartwarming love story and the perfect tonic for difficult times.

A bittersweet story featuring Daisy who works the evening shift as a security guard at the Manchester Museum of Social History and Nate who works the day shift. Their paths cross once a day for the handover that Daisy insists is important.

Each harbouring struggling in their own lives, Daisy lets her past cripple her to the point where her life consists of looking after her sick mother during the day and her work at the museum in the evening. With her drunk suiter added into the mix too. Whereas Nate is attempting to be a different father to his son Ben than his own abusive father. Navigating life after his divorce as his ex introduces her new boyfriend.

The story has a similar feel to Elinor Oliphant and The Flatshare. An endearing journey as Daisy and Nate learn the importance of letting people close to them and discovering a deeper connection.

Available to buy from Amazon in Paperback and Kindle Edition.

No mountain high enough (2021) by David M. Barnett

No mountain high enough is an uplifting story of love, loss, second chances and keeping promises… both to your loved ones and yourself. And it has just a little bit of magic in it, too.

Available to buy from Amazon Kindle Edition.

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