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The schoolgirl EL James

Posted at 7:04PM Monday 21 Jan 2013

Watch out EL James, there's a new writer out to steal your crown as a bestselling romance novelist - and she's only 17-years-old.

Like the 50 Shades author, Beth Reeks was snapped up by a publisher after her book was initially a hit online. Now her novel, The Kissing Booth, is set to be published in paperback which could see the teenager propelled even higher up the bestsellers lists.

Daily Mail




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