Happy New Year, lovely BookD listeners, and welcome back to what we hope will be a great year for laughs, interviews, confessions, new projects, old projects, maybe dancing, a little debate - and who doesn’t love singing as well as a little smidgen of teasing in our fortnightly boost of culture?
To kick start the year, I interview Louisa Young, author of My Dear I Wanted to Tell You.
The audiobook was read by Dan Stevens and is an honest, in depth and inspiring 25 minutes on how Louisa began writing, which famous musician helped her rethink her career path, her views on plastic surgery, her views on bunkers in Kensington Gardens, and that injecting paraffin wax into your face is never a good idea! Yep, got that! Thanks for the tip!
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This is an interesting interview with the author of My Dear I Wanted to Tell You. Louisa Young talks about how she came to her subject how she developed it, the huge amount of research she did, and some of the facts underpinning the fiction. It adds understanding to the novel, and provides insights into the process of researching and writing. I recommend that readers listen to the book before the podcast
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