Children’s emotional well-being is finally being recognised as an issue that society needs to address.

Unravelsupport.co.uk is a professional organisation that provides prompt, bespoke mental health support for schools and families across the country. This pioneering new model helps children and young people gain insight into what they are feeling but more importantly helps children to become masters of their brain, rather than slaves to their emotions with the specialised action needed to drive positive changes in well-being.

The Blinks novels offer the same psychological approaches subtly entwined into novels for children to enjoy.

Who are the Blinks?


The Blinks are created from morsels of goodness that all the good folk who have ever lived, leave to the Universe. These could have been left behind by people who you have loved in the past. Their whole purpose is to share their wisdom and kindness with children who need support and guidance to promote positive well-being.


For example: Amanda is 9 years old and has always been a worrier but recently her worrying has started to affect her well-being, friendships, sleep, general health and even her learning. She also becomes the target of Maggie and the Meanies who take great pleasure in creating situations for her to worry about.


Blink 210504 notices Amanda as he tiptoes around the northern city of Sheffoold in search of children who are not as happy as they could be. When Amanda is discussed at the midnight bakery meeting, the Blink panel agree that Amanda is in need of some positive help and is lucky to become part of some very special Blink intervention. As the story unravels, Amanda and some of her classmates begin to make changes that they never thought possible.