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Selling ales and bestselling tales
Article date: 08 Mar 2011

Bar associate and first-time mum Samantha Allard works part time at the Globe Hotel, in King’s Lynn.

When she is not working at the pub or looking after her 15-month-old son, Samantha is pursuing her other passion as a fiction writer.

King’s Lynn-born Samantha, 27, who has been writing short stories since she was 15, had her first novella published at the end of last year.

‘What a way to start the day’, published under Samantha’s nom de plume Ella Grey, is a paranormal fantasy story, aimed at young adults, available online to download to PC, Blackberry and iPad:

It tells the story of Molly O’Brien, who runs the small shop ‘Forbidden Charms’ and is the witch to see, if you want something. Operating on the outskirts of a supernatural world isn’t easy, especially when you realise that you might be pregnant, the would-be daddy has fangs and is the hunted son of the vampire mafia.

Although not available as a paperback yet, the novella is proving a popular download. Samantha has already completed the sequel and is just waiting for the nod for publication.

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