Book sign­ing a suc­cess for au­thor

Macclesfield Express - - YOUR PICTURES -

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 sarahm­c­

● Heather Bam­ber, Sarah McNaught ● with MP David Rut­ley and his two daugh­ters

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