Chris Corcoran opens his mind to share every thought he's ever had, in his own random order.
There are insights into his life as he takes readers back to his Eighties school disco days to reveal how the greatest moment of his teenage years was ruined by Queen's Radio Ga-Ga. He also shares the wisdom of his life experience from his time on CBeebies' Doodle Do with a lesson on the dangers of toilet roll.
And he answers many of life's great questions...Why isn't optimism enough to complete a marathon? Why does food taste better in a field? And, more importantly, what is the point of Petit Filous? These thoughts and more are all here, delivered in his unique affectionate and charming way.
"Quick Reads" are exciting, short, fast-paced books by leading, bestselling authors, specifically written for emergent readers and adult learners.
Chris Corcoran grew up in Pontypridd. A trained teacher, he moved to London where he established himself on the comedy circuit, performing at The Comedy Store and The Glee. He wrote and performed the BBC Radio Wales sit-com Those That Can't, with Greg Davies, as well as co-presenting The Rhod Gilbert Show with his housemate, Rhod Gilbert. His TV credits include the cult CBeebies children's show Doodle Do and Rob Brydon's Identity Crisis. He is currently on tour with his live stand-up show, regularly performs his live comedy show 'Chris Corcoran's Committee Meeting' and recently supported Rob Brydon on tour.