Once upon a time and a very good time it was

Over at Eratosphere, Tim Love has kicked off a fascinating discussion on child narrators in adult fiction. As part of his thoughtful and stimulating introduction, he’s quoted from interviews conducted during the Cyclone tours that Elizabeth Baines and I completed earlier this year, Elizabeth to publicise her collection, Balancing on the Edge of the World, and I (me?) to do the same with The Scent of Cinnamon. The links will take you to the Book Depository, rather than Amzaon, which needs to be taught a lesson after its appalling recent conduct. And here’s a random picture of a child, in non-narrating mode, just to make the post look a little livelier. 

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2 Responses to Once upon a time and a very good time it was

  1. Kay Sexton says:

    Isn’t that the Milky Bar Kid?

  2. I’m not chocolate would melt in this one’s mouth, particularly that horrible white stuff!

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