Shake it off!
There’s a saying, ‘no point flogging a dead horse’. Pretty awful saying for someone who loves horses, but the sentiment is relevant to...
'What the Knocker-Upper Woke Up'
Sideways. A stinking, ghostly hell, where time stalls and torment is endless. Among the blackened bones of a burned Victorian asylum, something stirs.
Clutching her pea-shooter, Alice, the Knocker-Upper, realises too late her fate is sealed. Now, she’s Sideways, and fading to grey.
In a forgotten corner, Tess of the clock shop smells something wrong. Feels it in the ticking of her heart. When she stumbles Sideways and meets Alice, she knows life may not work out the way she planned.
While fighting her own demons, is Tess the one to destroy evil? What sacrifices will she have to make along the way?
‘This could be the book that will be talked about for years to come.’
‘Thoroughly recommend young people and adults alike read this wonderful book!’
‘… but the real treat is the author's voice. If you enjoy free-flowing prose, laced with colourful, evocative language, you'll love this story.’
‘Every page is bursting with beautifully descriptive language that drew me into the world of Jane and Billy.’
‘Wow, what a truly wonderful book. The author’s prose is stunning.'
'Beautiful, vivid descriptions throughout. The characters are engaging and sensitively drawn.’
Welcome to Sarah's world of words and writing.
"Words are timeless. The journeys are endless."
Sarah is a Londoner living in Tasmania. She went to an all-girls school in Eltham, South London where she briefly studied (and quickly forgot) Latin, of all things, and where she discovered she could write. read more...
Read, write, repeat.
“I can shake off everything as I write; my sorrows disappear, my courage is reborn.”