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The Seventh of the Seventh


On the night before her seventeenth birthday, she is abducted. Awakening in a metallic chamber with no memory of how she got there, strangers inform her she is the long-awaited Sechtameta Sechtametias. Unable to fathom what they are talking about, she realises she and Josh, her best friend, are in great danger. Ultimately, their only choice is to trust the one person they thought was their enemy.

The fight for survival has only just begun and what she thought was her greatest weakness, becomes her strength.

This is a fantasy that moves into an entirely different world.

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Tracy Todd

Having worked abroad for over twenty years, I returned to my native town of Grimsby and began writing. I also develop community projects to encourage young people to understand their own aspirations and work on community projects to improve local involvement.

Combining both of my passions, I have used my books and programmes to provide workshops in schools, at writer's clubs and with youth theatres. With the help of a local script writer and Fusion Youth Theatre last year, I took a stage play - an extract of Unscanned - to the Humber Literary Festival. This year the play was extended to include physical drama, music, dance and song with the local Stagecoach Youth Theatre, (a national organisation). Next year, I begin a full performance with the Doncaster Stagecoach Youth Theatre. All proceeds will go to charity.

With local partners - script writers, drama and film producers, youth theatres and community centres, I am now working on producing an episode of the book to be filmed and screened locally. We will work in one of the most deprived areas in the UK to give young people with low self esteem a chance to become crew, as well as actually shooting their own film. We are currently applying for funding.

In addition to this, I am working on various other equality, diversity, inclusion and aspiration projects. Every morning, I try very hard to get up an hour early to write at least a thousand words of the third installment of Unscanned, now named The Upsider.

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