Grateful dad Darren Worrow has published a book featuring stories by authors from all over the world to raise money for Devizes Opportunity Centre.

Mr Worrow, of Silverlands Road, Rowde, has a child who attends the centre in Belle Vue Road, which helps children up to the age of five with special needs. Mr Worrow, a delivery driver, has been writing and self-publishing his stories online for a few years and decided to put a book together to raise money for the Opportunity Centre.

Through Facebook, the 40-year-old asked for interested authors to join him and contribute a story.

The result is an anthology of stories, called I Am Not Frazzle, written by ten authors.

Mr Worrow, who is married with three children, said: “The stories range from fantasy, romance, humour and more. There is something for everyone with hours of great reading. The other authors are from the UK, America and South Africa. I’m not sure they even know where Devizes is but all proceeds will go to a worthy cause.”

The book is aimed at adults and older children. It is available from Devizes Books and Rowde Village Shop and online for £8. For details, go to