A teacher-turned-author from Bexleyheath has said he wants to tackle the issue of prejudice with his new children’s novel about…
Oh, let me guess, an adorable moppet who is smuggled into the UK by…
Grayson Grave, 27, has penned and self-published his first novel, Etty Steele Vampire Hunter, out now.
The novel is about a young girl called Etty who gets to know a new boy in her class who is a vampire.
Although at first the children shun the new pupil for being different, they learn to get to know more about him.
Like his habit of eating people?
Speaking about the moral of the tale, Grayson told News Shopper he hopes it will teach children about acceptance, referring to a turbulent political climate.
Well, it’s a little on the nose, but a kid’s story about how that normal looking kid will actually be a danger to all those around him when he grows up is certainly accurate!
“It plays on current themes and warns not to judge people by what they look like,” he said.
We don’t. We judge them on what they do. Like drinking people dry, or shooting up the streets….