I'm delighted that Deborah Moggach, one of my favourite authors, is our next Books That Built Me guest on 10th November. She's the author of eighteen novels - including the wonderful Tulip Fever and the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel - and many screenplays, including my favourite version of Pride and Prejudice (the one with Kiera Knightly, don't hate me), and a brilliant TV adaptation of Love in A Cold Climate, the most chosen Books That Built Me book by a country mile.
The Books That Built Me is a literary desert island discs - for a taste of what's in store, listen to a podcast of previous Books That Built Me with India Knight or Justine Picardie, on Mrs Trefusis Takes A Taxi (mrstrefusis.blogspot.com)
'How the books you love meet the books you write' Sarah Churchwell, author of Careless People; Murder, Mayhem and The Invention of the Great Gatsby.
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Helen Brocklebank, is the off screen name of writer and Times 100 blogger 'Mrs Trefusis'. Helen worked for many years at Harper's Bazaar and Esquire magazines, and founded The Books That Built Me in April 2014. At The Books That Built Me, Helen interviews authors about the books that inspire their writing, tracing the thread that links the books you read and the books you write.
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