RUGBY songstress Beth Tysall has channelled her creativity in a new direction by writing a book.
It’s a science fiction story based in the future called Cry God.
Beth, who is well known for her work with the rock group Morningstar, got the idea for the story after watching a documentary about cryonics - the process of freezing people and reviving them in the future
She said: “It fascinated me.
“It’s taken me about four years so this is a really exciting time for me.”
The book focuses on four people and what they experience while they are frozen.
They return after 22 years to a much-changed world to share their experiences of heaven and hell - and each copes very differently with the task of integrating back into society.
Beth, who describes her book writing as a ‘side project’ to singing, hopes the book will appeal to all ages.
“I was given a lot of help from author Ann Evans. She has inspired me to write a second book.”
Cry God costs £4.99 and is available from Amazon and Kindle ebooks.