A TOP city centre nightspot was fizzing with energy and excitement at the launch of an inspiring new project.

Entrepreneur, author and blogger Ella Stearn invited scores of like-minded individuals to the Brick Room in Worcester earlier this month, for an evening of networking, live music and motivational guest speakers.

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Guests packed out the popular bar to enjoy custom made cocktails, with some famous faces including Worcester Warriors scrum half Jonny Arr and ex-player Craig Gillies.

The evening was also the launchpad for her latest venture; a book called Yeah Right! which she has written for young teens in order to provide the support and guidance they need to help get through the struggles of growing up in the modern world.

In the book, Ella draws on her own experiences as a young teenager to offer the advice that she would have appreciated at the time.

During her introduction to the project last week, she gave an open and honest account of an extremely traumatic event from her teens and having found the strength to turn her life around, she now hopes to help other young women do the same.

To find out more about the project visit theluckytruth.com or search it on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.