Book signing a success for author
A FANTASY author signed copies of her book and talked to shoppers about her writing.
Sarah McNaught, 48, from Langley, visited gift shop No Place Like Home on Mill Street in Macclesfield to sign copies of the second book in her Fandanzel series, entitled Quest for the Mystical Meadow.
Sarah has also produced gifts inspired by nature and the characters of her works, produced under the name Fandanzel Studios, and she spoke to customers at the shop about the range.
Heather Bamber, who owns the shop, was pleased to welcome Sarah, as well as Macclesfield MP David Rutley and his daughters.
She said: “The book signing was a big success. David Rutley came and spoke at length with Sarah about the Fandanzel Studio.
“It was a great event and I’m always pleased to promote the work of local people.”
The book is the story of two boys – James and Alex – who go on an adventure and meet a magical fox called Fandanzel. He recruits them to help him save the Mystical Meadow.
This and Sarah’s first Fandanzel book – ‘A Haunting Tale in the Forest’ – is based around Macclesfield and uses factual information about local landmarks like Macclesfield Forest, Teggs Nose and Forest Chapel.
Sarah said: “It is a fictional story that settings are based in fact.”
Sarah has started on her third book. Go to sarahmcnaught.com.
● Heather Bamber, Sarah McNaught ● with MP David Rutley and his two daughters