Author Sarah Lashbrook will be back in her hometown this weekend for a book signing.
Sarah began her writing career when she won a National Broadcasting Fellowship from Global Television in 1999.
Beginning in journalism, Sarah continued her education with a postgraduate course in Writing, Directing and Production, for Television, specializing in Creative Writing.
Years later, she published her first fictional novel Where brook and brook meet, which is currently in the process of being adapted into a feature film.
She has written works in print and aerial media, as well as in magazines, novels and short stories, in film and television.
Two of her feature films were accepted into the Good To Go program of the Female Eye Film Festival, as well as another won the award for Best Fresh Voice in 2014.
Lashbrook has just completed his first short film, Dear not so far, both screenwriter and director.
His aspirations are to write a number of novels and films where the main character has some sort of handicap or ethical struggle. These novels will not act as a service piece for those seeking more education, but rather as a vessel to place strong characters with mental or physical disabilities in common fictional scenarios.
She recently released her second book Evanesce.
Lashbrook will be at the Espanola Mall on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. signing copies of his latest book, priced at $ 25 a copy.