Daniel Riding

Daniel RidingDaniel Riding is a children’s author, artist and poet, who currently lives in Liverpool, which in his opinion is one of the best cities for creative and writerly inspiration. When not writing and drinking copious amounts of tea, Daniel can often be found reading or generally doing something arty and creative. Daniel is also a bookseller for Waterstones, which after writing is one of the best jobs in the world.

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 The Secret Diary of a Naughty Cat by Daniel Riding  The Secret Diary of a Naughty Cat: Sunshine Days by Daniel Riding  Merry Christmas Naughty Cat by Daniel Riding  

Naughty Cat series

The Secret Diary of a Naughty Cat (book 1) – Children’s

“As a long-time cat owner there is so much in this diary that rings a bell! The writing is honest, funny, and flow so well making it such an enjoyable read!”

The Secret Diary of a Naughty Cat: Sunshine Days (book 2) – Children’s

“It was so nice to be able to s hit down with my son who is 11yo and read something that would keep his attention.”

Merry Christmas Naughty Cat (book 3) – Children’s

“I enjoyed the love between: Naughty Cat and his owners, and between his ‘parents.’ The antics of Naughty Cat were endearing.”

Children’s Books

 Pixelville by Daniel Riding  Unicorn Friends by Daniel Riding  

Pixelville: Sword & Bone: An Unofficial MINECRAFT Adventure – Children’s

“I really enjoyed this adventure story, and followed the friendship with interest.”

Unicorn Friends: A Magical Beginning – Children’s

“A delightful tale of a unicorn named Trinket and her friends, as they learn about the awesome responsibility that comes with having magical powers in this unique coming-of-unicorn-age story.”

My Raven Heart by Daniel Riding

Adult Nonfiction

My Raven Heart – Nonfiction, Poetry, LGBT

“He captures well the feelings of love and grief tied up in family betrayal.”

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