This year will see Terry write a 10-part children's television series, have 4 plays on tour around Britain, write four new children's books and work on a major tourist ttraction in the North of England.

At the end of July he'll contribute to the 1900th anniversary of the building of hadrian's Wall. He will write a piece of educational theatre to be performed at Arbeia Roman Fort in South Shields at the end of July 2022. 

New and relaunched books

The latest "Horrible Histories" title to launchin March 22 is a history of railways, 'Right on track'

Right On Track: The Horrible Histories of Trains and Railways

June 2021 saw the launch of old titles in new design and will continue in 2002 with

Rotten Romans (Horrible Histories)  Terrifying Tudors (Horrible Histories)  

Vile Victorians (Horrible Histories)  Woeful Second World War (Horrible Histories)

The"Horrible Histories" series of 'Secret Diaries'  began with Henry VIII


reviewed on Amazon :-

Excellent history book and a great addition to the Horrible History series.

It is a great way to bring school history to life.

A must have for any Horrible History fan.

I expect any Horrible Histories fan will lap this up

My children are now eagerly awaiting the next instalments in diary series (with the next one being Queen Victoria).

The traditional Horrible Histories books have always been a favourite of mine and this looks like it could be another great series.

Would highly recommend.


And a reissue of Terry's 'Best ever Shakespeare Tales'


The last new "Horrible Histories" of 2021 was 'Up in the air'

More to follow later in the year.

Meanwhile, in Ireland, Terry will be promoting a new educational fiction series, 'Tales of Ballydoon' for Irish schools. (Publisher CJ Fallon)