Jane Risdon – her life through books

I am the guest of Anna Legat on her blog talking about books and authors: My life through books. I do hope you will pop across and read it and let Anna know your comments. There are other writers who have been featured too, all very interesting. I hope you enjoy reading it. I had a blast trying to go back to those early influential books and authors who got me hooked on reading and writing. Janex

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It is my pleasure and privilege to welcome to my blog Jane Risdon, a novelist with a colourful past – someone who once upon a time rubbed shoulders with spies and diplomats at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office; someone who acted as an impresario for entertainers and musicians. This is her life through the prism of books that made her into the writer she is today.

Jane

I think I was born with a book in my hand. I can’t recall a time when I couldn’t read and giving this some thought, Janet and John and Dick and Dora come to mind. Both books we read in class at my very first school and I was hooked.

I adored The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe and Little Women too.

Pic1Little Women.

Oh, and The Swish of the Curtain by Pamela Brown. I am convinced her stories about ballet and the…

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    • Oh thanks it is ME and what I enjoy and I know that we are supposed to quote long lists of ‘literature’ but I rally cannot read heavy stuff…I read for enjoyment and don’t want to waste time battling through a book and author I really don’t get. Thanks so much for dropping in and commenting. Really appreciated. Love seeing you back here. 🙂

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