Chris Mc Ardle

Children's Book Author

Something Nocturnal

Children have the greatest most wonderful, amazing imaginations. Fantastic, super, awesome, minds. We all let our fears overwhelm us at times. There are no such things as monsters, the only monsters are our thoughts. Let’s see how our hero deals with his imagination……..

This story is about a boy who like everyone at some stage of their lives has had to deal with an overactive imagination at bedtime. Noises become amplified and sinister, shadows take ghostly forms, the results magnified! Such is the power of the mind!

Realising an urge to go pee pee and now also has to cross the big bad scary bedroom he is after making in his own mind. Could this night get any worse!!! The story shows children they aren’t alone in such thinking and it’s just their wonderful imaginations running riot and getting the better of them. It has a lovely twist and charming ending and all is made ok.

Something Nocturnal

Children have the greatest most wonderful amazing imaginations. Fantastic, super, awesome, minds. We all let our fears overwhelm us at times. What might be a rational fear to an adult can be a Giganthugeobiggysaurus fear to a child, who from age 1-7 on average are in a state of hypnosis, extra suggestive and hyper imaginative.
But sometimes our fears can easily be explained. We just have to control them, imagine differently. There’s no such things as monsters, the only monsters are our thoughts. Lets see how our hero deals with his imagination……..