'Redundancy helped me become an author'
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Redundancy helped Stoke council worker become an author

Mel Sherratt was working as a housing officer for Stoke-on-Trent City Council until redundancy changed her life.

She used it as a chance to follow her dream of being a published writer and went on to sell more than a million books.

The author - whose works include psychological thrillers - is expecting her 16th novel to be published in May.

  • 31 Mar 2019
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