This week on The Magic Book Club Podcast, members of the Magic family Miri Green, Jim Davis and Hannah Cox share some of their favourite reads and recommendations and are joined by some very special guests… and yes, there are one or two mentions of Harry Potter!! And don't forget to check out our #ShelfIsolation videos on Twitter for even MORE inspiration! Happy Reading!
This week, Emma B is joined by American author Stephanie Wrobel to chat all about her debut novel, The Recovery of Rose Gold. The Recovery of Rose Gold follows the story of mother and daughter Patty and Rose Gold Watts, as they struggle with Rose Gold’s mysterious illnesses, a discovery that rocks both their worlds, and what comes after… On this week's episode, the pair chat America vs. the UK, the wild world of Munchausen by Proxy and how to write in great twists and turns.
This week, Emma B is joined by London based writer Louise Hare to chat about her stunning debut novel, This Lovely City, which follows the life of Jamaican jazz musician Lawrie Matthews as he arrives in London in 1950 on The Empire Windrush. In very challenging times, he falls for the girl next door, but not everything is at it seems. In this episode, the pair chat about The Windrush Scandal, changing paths midway through your career, and the kind of books you can read over and over again.
This week, Emma B is joined by writer and columnist Daisy Buchanan. A writer for the likes of The Guardian, The Telegraph and Esquire - not to mention her work as Grazia's Agony Aunt! - her new book The Sisterhood is an honest and funny love letter to the women in her life. Focusing on raising other women up, she writes about her personal experiences with biological and logical sisters. In this episode, the pair chat Bliss Magazine, growing up with 5 sisters, and miniature bottles of bubbly!
This week Tom Price is joined by Michael Cashman, actor, activist, co-founder of Stonewall, member of The House of Lords AND now, an author. Michael became a household name after playing Colin Russel on Eastenders, and went on to become a massively important LGBTQ activist and an MEP. His autobiography One of Them: From Albert Square to Parliament Square is a memoir of his varied and tumultuous life.
In this episode, the pair talk about growing up in the East End, working with Elizabeth Taylor and re-writing The Bible...
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