Warren FitzGerald

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Warren is a writer for screen and print. Recently he co-wrote the screenplay adaptation of his first non-fiction book All in the Same Boat for New Sparta Films. The book itself, published by John Blake Books, was in the WH Smith Top 30 and featured in The Daily Mail.

His next non-fiction book Breaking Dad was published in 2019 by Mirror Books and was serialised in The Times Magazine. The screen rights have been acquired by West Road Pictures and he will be working with them on the television drama series adaptation as script consultant.

Warren’s latest non-fiction project, Marathon Mum, was published in spring 2021 by Ad Lib and he is now working on a screen adaptation.



Feature film:
 All in the Same Boat New Sparta Films
Co-writer (along with Tom Williams) of the screenplay for this film based on Warren’s non-fiction book of the same name.
Books (published):
Marathon Mum Ad Lib
Non-fiction (2021)
Warren’s new non-fiction work for print, he is currently developing the screen adaptation.
Breaking Dad Mirror Books
Non-fiction (2019)
Warren’s second non-fiction book (acting as ghost writer for James Lubbock) was published in hardback and paperback in 2019. It was serialised in The Times Magazine and was featured in a number of newspapers. Screen rights have been acquired by West Road Pictures for a television drama and Warren will be acting as script consultant.‘An amazing story.’ Jeremy Vine, BBC Radio 2
‘Few stories are quite as extraordinary as this.’ Robert Elms, BBC Radio London
‘Astonishing. A fascinating story.’ Stephen Nolan, BBC Radio 5 Live
All in the Same Boat John Blake Books
Non-fiction (2016)
Warren’s first non-fiction book was part of the WH Smiths Top 30 and has been adapted for film.
The Go-Away Bird HarperCollins
Fiction (2010)
Warren’s debut novel, The Go-Away Bird, was published in the UK by HarperCollins in 2010. It won an Amazon Rising Stars Award, was longlisted for the Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award and was a Waterstones’ Book of the Month.