She's very lovely (I think the programme can be skipped through to 1.12 to the interview but that might not work for everyone )Congratulations Jo! Hope the book is a smashing success. (I couldn't spare 2 hours to listen to BBC Ulster, but I loved the Irish accent of the host.)
Nice interview, Jo. I continue to be impressed at your work ethic in securing all these gigs considering you're unagented. It shows it can be done with a bit of elbow grease.
Coffee and cake for a year.
I might nick that! But yes it has its chilling moments.Good luck with the launch, Jo. I think the book works well as horror, too - for me at least it has that feel, kind of like an Irish Mothman Prophecies.
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