Hello! I’m Ross Welford and welcome to my website where you can find out more about me and my books.
Here you can learn about how to book me to come and speak at your school, library or festival event.
Plus, you will find information about my popular “Re-writing Competition”.
So do have a look around, and I hope I see you in person one day!
WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT ROSS
“Ross Welford is a superb storyteller who weaves the magical and mystical into everyday childhood situations with a poignancy and humour that makes you weep and smile at the same time.” Sally Morris, THE DAILY MAIL
“Welford.[…] has done it again…a cracking, plotty adventure with added science and a hard emotional hit.”
Alex O’Connell THE TIMES
“One of my favourite middle-grade authors.”
Kiran Millwood Hargrave, author of THE GIRL OF INK AND STARS
When 11 year-old Malky and his younger brother Seb become the owners of a “Dreaminator”, they are thrust into worlds beyond their wildest imagination. But impossible dreams come with incredible risks...More Info
A small village in the wilds of Northumberland is rocked by the disappearance of twelve-year-old Tammy. Only her twin brother, Ethan, knows she is safe – and the extraordinary truth of where she is. It is a secret he must keep, or risk never seeing her again.More Info
My pet dog is called Mr Mash. We named him that because he's a mishmash. A total mongrel. He smells terrible. He'll eat literally anything. He can't see very well. But I love him more than anything. (Sorry dad.) And without him, the world is going to end...More Info
There are stories about people who want to live forever. This is a story about someone who wants to stop.More Info
Turning invisible at will: it’s one way of curing your acne. But far more drastic than 13 year-old Ethel Leatherhead intended when she tried a combination of untested medicines and a sunbed.More Info
My dad died twice. Once when he was thirty nine, and again four years later when he was twelve.More Info
“Al’s journey back in time to save his father will delight young adventurers and young scientists alike.”