Bradley Trevor Greive
New York Times bestselling author Bradley Trevor Greive (BTG) became a household name after writing The Blue Day Book. He has since gone on to become one of the world’s most successful humour authors, and his books have sold more than 25 million copies in 29 languages and 115 countries. Born in Tasmania, BTG spent most of his childhood living in the United Kingdom, Hong Kong and Singapore before returning to Australia. After graduating from The Royal Military College, BTG served as a Paratrooper Platoon Commander in the Australian Army before starting his publishing career as a cartoonist with the Sydney Morning Herald. An internationally respected wildlife expert and accident-prone adventure sportsman, BTG was awarded the Order of Australia in 2014 for his services to literature and wildlife conservation. BTG is married and currently divides his time between Australia and the USA in order to placate his American in-laws.