The three popular stories about the mangy, three-legged, street-wise Fleabag are brought together in one volume. Fleabag and the Fire Cat introduces us to the world of the Ring Fire and to Gemma the kitchen maid with her powers of reading the flame. In Fleabag and the Ring Fire cat and girl combine to seek the Queen's ring which must be found to prevent the fall of the kingdom, and in Fleabag and the Ring's End a new challenge has to be overcome: the evil power of the wizards of Porthwain.
Beth wanted to write since she was about 3, scribbling on paper and folding the 'pages' between bits of cardboard.
She studied Sociology and Psychology at university then became a hippy in a houseboat in Amsterdam, with a spell in a Bavarian castle.
Since then she's been a journalist (which she wan't good at), a radio broadcaster (which she loved), a cook, a cleaner and a mum to four amazing kids.
Beth wrote her first children's book, 'The Magic in the Pool of Making,' to encourage her eldest son to want to read. The next thirteen titles followed slowly but surely, bringing dragons, talking cats and fire-wielding druid girls to the page.
She studied for her MA in Creative Writing at Bath Spa, and subsequently has taught writing for the Open College of the Arts and the University of Lancaster 'Crossing Borders' project in Africa.
Beth teaches writing to children and young adults at Kilve Court Residential Education Centre in Somerset.
As well as writing, Beth is also a performance storyteller, working from Orkney to Cameroon, and has even braved Glastonbury to tell stories in the mud!
Beth also illustrates for Books Beyond Words - innovative publishing for adults with learning disabilities.
you can read more about Beth on www.bethwebb.co.uk and www.stardancerbooks.com