Bridgnorth writer’s jelly jaunt

A Bridgnorth writer is taking children will be taken on a journey to an unusual place – an orange jelly planet. Sarah Isaacs from Low Town launched her children’s picture book Derek the Alien and the Orange Jelly Planet in March.

Sarah, who has previously taught story writing and children’s theatre and is a member of Bridgnorth Players, says, “I’m so excited to have written and published my first book and I hope children will enjoy listening to Derek’s adventures as much as I did writing it.

“Publishing a book was one of the things I had on my list to achieve before I reached the age of 50 so I’ve just about done it and feel very proud. I’ve always enjoyed writing in one form or another, and writing a children’s book has been fun, challenging and rewarding all at the same time.

“I’m hoping it will be the start of a new venture for me as I plan to write a series of books about Derek.”

The book has been published by Team Author UK and is available on Amazon.


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