Essex author Sam Scott publishes second children’s book


An author has released his second children’s book just under a year after launching his first.

Sam Scott was an on-and-off writer for about 14 years before publishing his first children’s book in August.

The Wickham Bishops author signed a three-book deal with Stanhope Books and launched the series’ first installment last year.

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Sophie Spirit and the Batting Manor Mystery was inspired by a young girl Sam met and follows a deaf girl with a rare disease.

Sam’s new book, Saving Shrin Gala, is an action-adventure tale for children ages 7-13.

Saving Shrin Gala book cover

The story follows four remarkable best friends, Reggie, Seamus, Paxton and Jasmin, who are called upon to save an ancient and hidden civilization.

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Mary, owner of Hawthorns Home for Foundling Children, is the only mother the children have ever known.

After receiving the devastating news that their home is to close, the four are taken on vacation where disaster strikes.

Readers travel with the children to the ends of the earth as they combine their special abilities to defeat the enemy and find their way back to Mary.

Saving Shrin Gala is now available for buy on amazon for £6.99.


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