Lilly Say to sign copies of her new book at The Village Bookshop in Woodford Green, supported by George Sargent, James Argent, Mark Killeen

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Trinity Catholic High School student Lilly Say will be signing copies of her book Trinity Catholic High School student Lilly Say will be signing copies of her book

A teenage author is to sign copies of her children's book.

Lilly Saywill appear at The Village Bookshop in Woodford Green to promote Sugar and Spice and All Things Nice, on Saturday.

The 17-year-old, of Glebe Avenue in Woodford Green, who attends Trinity Catholic High School, has released book under the pseudonym, Mrs Hilda Poppitt.

Her book, published by Percy Publishing, is shortlisted for a People's Book Prize, which supports new authors.

She will be supported at the signing by George Sargent, who plays TJ Spraggan in Eastenders, James Argent, from The Only Way is Essex, and Mark Killeen, who has appeared in Game of Thrones.

Miss Say said: “I can’t believe how lucky I’ve been already and now I get to meet some celebrities.

"I’m still a bit shell shocked by the interest in my book to be honest.
 

“It’s going to be such a great day, it doesn’t feel real yet, almost like a page in one of my stories.”

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