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Pascale Petit recounts how the sudden re-emergence of her long-absent father triggered both a sense that she’d discovered the material for her new book, but also a complete inability to write it.

Penny Hancock explains how a professional setback and a series of personal losses led her to decide to give up writing completely - and how the unusual life story of an elderly relative provided two kinds of inspiration for starting again.

RLF Trustee Joanna Trollope speaks with Caroline Sanderson about bringing her readership along with her through the decades, the importance of siblings and family origins, and gender issues in reading, writing and reviewing.

Anna Wilson describes writing a memoir about her mother and how she made peace with the complexities and ethics of telling another person’s story.
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