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Diana Kimpton for Lost in Childhood

1) Why children's books? Did you choose this genre or were you 'chosen' by it? My very first book was non-fiction for adults, but I rapidly moved into writing children's books. It's a genre I love - I read lots of children's books myself. It also ...

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Anne Digby for Lost in Childhood

1) Why children's books? Did you choose this genre or were  you ‘chosen’ by it?  the latter. Like many children's authors part of me has never  really grown up, even though I'm a great age now and have eleven grandchildren and two step-grandchildr...

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Jane Clarke a guest post

Lost in Childhood continues with a moving post by Jane Clarke. Get the tissues ready boys and girls, you will need them!   My Dog brother I was an only child, but I wasn’t a lonely only child, because I had a dog. Tinker wasn’t much to look a...

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Penny Harper for Lost in Childhood

1) Why children’s books? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? I suppose this genre really chose me. I always wanted to write but I went into broadcast journalism instead of print and sort of got side-tracked. After ten years...

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