Jeff's debut novel is a mad cap, frantic tale of initiation into the world of London drag and the Essex Mafia. First published in 2012 by Bright Pen. The book has an original soundtrack and is full of brand new songs written and produced by Jeff, soon to be released as an album to accompany the story.
In 2012 Jeff was invited to read from his book for Paul Burston's Polari Salon at London's Southbank Centre. An excerpt from the book was published in Theatre & Perform Magazine. The same year, Jeff planted a tree to contribute towards the re-growth of paper used for his book's first edition print run.
The second edition of the book was published with a new cover design by Mr Binks Media in 2015. The first of a two-part saga, the book's sequel Where's Yer Willy Now? was published July 2019.
Edition 7 of Theatre & Performance Magazine featured an excerpt from Jeff's debut comedy novel Where D'Ya Put Yer Willy?
"The dressing room was like an explosion in a sequin factory. It was overloaded with costumes, wigs, shoes and props covering practically every inch of wall space. Not a large room, made to feel smaller by a dressing mirror which ran the full length of one wall. It was surrounded by lights, atop a counter littered with makeup and jewellery of every colour, size and shape."