My debut novel Indrakhani Pass is now available as a Kindle ebook. It is an adventure story set in the Indian Himalayas.

I am the author of a number of non-fiction books including Peter Pan’s First XI, about J. M. Barrie’s cricket team the Allahakbarries, and The Remarkable Story of Great Ormond Street Hospital.

I co-wrote Grand Designs Abroad with television presenter Kevin McCloud.

I have also co-written Earthships: Building a Zero Carbon Future for Homes and Earthships in Europe with Mischa Hewitt.

Using the pseudonym Milton Crawford I wrote The Hungover Cookbook, which has been translated into Dutch, Finnish and German and has sold more than 50,000 copies worldwide. Milton has his own site here.

I have written articles for publications including the Guardian, the Telegraph, The Sunday Times, the Idler, the Architects’ Journal, Green Building Magazine, Grand Designs magazine and BBC Who Do You Think You Are? magazine.

I have also been the news editor for the Media Society, a script consultant for BBC drama Lark Rise to Candleford, and an award-winning digital copywriter, winning the PR Week award for best in social and digital media in 2011 for a groundbreaking project with the RAF Benevolent Fund.

I am the founder and director of digital copywriting business Copy Parlour.

I live in the New Forest with my wife, our son, and a cat called Pushkar.

Contact my literary agent Andrew Gordon at David Higham Associates for anything book-related.

Or contact me directly for anything else, either by email, or phone:

Office: 01725 514643
Mobile: 07970 997426

My twitter feed is @indrakhanipass