Joe is currently working on his first title with Amberley Books on the subject of Britain’s Greatest Bridges. For updates on progress and more information click here.

He first started writing during his Sixth Form years about the adrenaline-fuelled experiences running through the villages and towns of the Jurassic Coast. The result was a self-published experiment entitled Running. Nothing. Something. and enabled both himself and his peers to see the flaws and strengths of his unique writing style.

In 2015, A Spectrum Of Settlements was released, again self-published through Blurb. This second endeavour improved on Joe’s haphazard flow of passion and opinion to create an eclectic travel book, detailing 33 villages, towns and cities in the UK and Europe. After selling a handful of copies (enough to break even), Joe focused on his job at Pecorama where he continued to enhance his prose through the responsibility of maintaining the tourist attraction’s online presence and creating or assisting with most of the copy for local newspapers and promotional partners. Joseph left Pecorama in 2017 to spend a month in Brittany, learn to drive and invest in more serious writing projects.

Running. Nothing. Something. and A Spectrum Of Settlements are available online in eBook and Paperback formats in over 20 countries and territories worldwide. Below is a list of all known online retailers.

If you are interested in stocking either title, see the link to Gardners or contact Joseph directly using the Contact Form or through LinkedIn.

Please use the contact form to notify us of any broken or invalid links.

Images ยฉJoseph Rogers.


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