‘While I was shy and embarrassed to begin with, I soon became obsessed. I didn’t like the person I was turning into. Marketing brought out the pushy me.’
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Caitlin Davies and her father Hunter Davies let us eavesdrop on a conversation about their respective writing careers, being compulsive writers in a family of writers and generational changes in the publishing industry.
‘Many times I’ve said I’ve had I enough, I’m getting a real job; I can’t take the uncertainty anymore. Then I get an idea.’