What happens when the reader writes back to a book’s author? – Irish Examiner


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Irish Examiner

What happens when the reader writes back to a book's author?
Irish Examiner
The other night, I caught my ten-year-old reading my copy of Let The Dead Speak by Irish crime writer Jane Casey — the first chapter involves a fair amount of blood spatter so I whisked it away and handed her something more suitable. I tweeted Casey

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