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Sherry Ashworth is a novelist who writes both adult and teenage fiction and non-fiction. An English teacher since 1977, she still teaches part-time in a secondary school. She broadcasts as a freelance on Radio 4, abridges children's books for the BBC and writes features as a freelance. She is also a visiting author in schools and libraries.
Winner of North East Book Award 2004 and shortlisted for Lancashire Book of the Year Award 2004, her book Something Wicked was the runner-up for Wirral Paperback of the Year.
She has both taught creative writing and visited schools as an author regularly since May 2002.

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Workshops and performance

Sherry Ashworth's author talks are especially suited to pupils in Key Stages 3 and 4.

Follow the links to
her Amazon webpage: Sherry Ashworth/Disconnected
or for an account of one of her school visits and a photo
Her own website will give you more information -

"A fabulous day - Sherry was excellent and the students produced a magazine by the end of the day. The quality of the written work was wonderful and the students left school on a real high!"
A. Dudgeon, Parkside Secondary School, Cullingworth, West Yorkshire

For details contact
The Windows Project > 1-27 Bridport Street, Liverpool L3 5QF , England

Please contact the Project first on 0771 0644 325 or email to check details etc.

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