Pupils from Keswick School have written and published their own book.
They spent 18 months drafting, editing and re-writing chapters.
When it came to thinking up their pen name, they looked to their library.
Rosemary Aitken, a former pupil and teacher of the school, left it money when she died. Money that went on to fund their library. There is now a memorial plaque dedicated to her in the building.
The children involved are part of the school’s writing club. Together they came up with the idea to co-author the novel.
The club was set up by Helen Robinson, English teacher and librarian at the school.
The book was officially launched last weekend at the Words by the Water literary festival at Theatre By The Lake in Keswick.
It also has an ISBN number which means it can be sold in bookshops and on Amazon, something that’s caused great excitement for the pupils.
But what’s next for these budding writers?
With their first novel published before they’ve even left school, it’s clear to see these children have a bright future ahead of them. To view a trailer and the first chapter visit the school's website.