"A book doesn't really exist until someone reads it." (Laura Lipman, at the Harrogate Crime Festival, 2012)
Laura talks about why she loves Harrogate and the important relationship that in on going between writer and reader. The Innocents is the new novel by Laura Lipman. She talks about the importance of her new book at the Harrogate Crime Festival and why she feels that this is a very honest novel and an important opinion to be aired to the reader. She discusses the notion of idea generation and willing an idea to come to you. The art of structure and point of view is also a natural strand for her to consider in her work. This is a lady who's fascinated by the topic of female identity and the intrigue in a name: "What's in a name?"
©2012 HarperCollins Publishers Limited (P)2012 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
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