My first claim to fame was in my English lesson at junior school, back in the late 70s. We were doing a project on Richard Adams, author of Watership Down, which was a big hit at the time. The best writers were to be given the chance to talk to the author asking him ten of our chosen questions. I won for the girls, another student won for the boys.
I can remember sitting in the school office, waiting with eager anticipation whilst our teacher dialled his number. I went second, speaking to him without being able to contain my excitement. I’ve got to be honest – I can’t remember half of my questions but just remember feeling extremely proud that I’d be given the chance to talk to what was then a celebrity, at least in my eyes. Read the rest of this entry »
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