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Local fundraiser needs your support

Local fundraiser needs your support

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By All About Newtown

Local fundraiser Jenny Coppell, who is also the Community Champion at Morrisons in Newtown is not just making a difference in our community, she's also making waves in the literary world!

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Jenny, a single woman in her fifties from Toxteth, has recently embarked on a remarkable journey to fulfill her lifelong dream of becoming a published author. According to her bio, she has been a passionate advocate for local charities, raising thousands of pounds to make a positive impact on the lives of those in need.

Now, she is seeking the support of the Newtown community to help her raise £2100 for a crucial part of her journey – the publishing of her book, "The Trip."

In a heartfelt plea, Jenny shares her story of self-discovery and the inspiration behind her debut book. Over the past year, she has transformed her dream diaries into a 33,500-word manuscript accepted by the esteemed publisher, Pegasus.

"The Trip" promises to be an entertaining and immersive read, appealing to a modern audience. The story revolves around Annie, a relatable and hilarious character who embarks on a journey of self-discovery after a chance encounter with a handsome stranger. As Annie and her newfound love navigate their insecurities and pasts, readers will be gripped by the twists and turns of their emotional journey.

To bring "The Trip" to bookshelves nationwide and abroad, Jenny has set up a GoFundMe campaign where supporters can contribute to the £2100 target. The funds raised will cover a part contract with Pegasus, ensuring that Jenny's literary dream becomes a reality.

Jenny is not just seeking financial support; she is inviting the Newtown community to be a part of her journey, showing that with a little help, dreams can indeed come true. She plans to give back by donating 50% of the published version's royalties to a charity, the beneficiary of which will be announced at a later date.

To contribute to Jenny's fundraising campaign and be a part of bringing "The Trip" to life, you can visit her GoFundMe page at https://www.gofundme.com/f/the-trip-by-jennifer-ann-coppell 


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