Ottakar's pushes self-published début

<p>Katherine Rushton</p><p>A self-published d&eacute;but children's book is to be promoted in all branches of Ottakar's, with children's director Wayne Winstone describing author Kamal Deep Lather as "an exciting new talent". </p><p>The Changeling (Tarragon Publishing) is the story of 12-year-old Peter who "struggles to stay human and contain the animal" when the sun goes down, and is planned as the first in a six-part series. </p><p>Lather, an IT consultant, published the novel with his lawyer sister, Nina Lather, under the Tarragon banner, in order to protect its copyright following reje...

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