Lowton cleaner turns fairytales on their head

Leigh Journal: Alicia L Wright Alicia L Wright

AN AUTHOR is turning fairytales on their head in her latest book.

Lowton cleaner Alicia L Wright’s second book Miss Prince, which is all about how vampires do not belong in fairytales, has been published.

Alicia, of Slag Lane, Lowton, said: “It started in 2005 when I wrote a story about a girl who lived in a fairytale world, but she was just a greengrocer who wanted to be an adventurer.

“In the first novel, Eggs, Butter, Sugar and Disaster, I am poking fun at fantasy worlds.

“In this one, it is about fairytales.”

The 30-year-old also produces a comic strip called Vampires Don’t Belong in Fairytales.

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9:10pm Thu 3 Jul 14


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