Francesca Cox: An Ordinary Girl in an Extraordinary World

Check out this debut novel from Isle of Wight author, Francesca Cox.

Congratulations to 24 year old Islander, Francesca Cox on the launch of her first novel, An Ordinary Girl in an Extraordinary World (available in digital format), which has already received a 5* review on Amazon.

francesca-cox-coverPianist, composer, actor, organist, playwright and now, author, Francesca graduated from the University of Kent with a BA First Class Honours Degree in Drama and Film in 2010.

The following year she debuted a one woman play that she’d written, produced and starred in called Mildred McManus for World Minister at Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

More of Mildred
The character of Mildred returns in An Ordinary Girl in an Extraordinary World, where we follow her journey as she discovers how extraordinary the world really is.

Francesca told On The Wight that she “wanted to write something that inspired people of all ages – something that I feel is especially important in the current climate. Above all, I wanted to write something that would make people smile when they read it.”

Francesca is currently working her second book. We look forward to hearing about that once it’s completed.

Monday, 28th January, 2013 12:02pm



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