Never Again chat with Emma

Never Again: In conversation with Emma Oulton

My daughter Emma is a big cheese in the book blogging world, running the YouTube channel for Pan Macmillan and generally making her father feel about 150 years old. But the other day we sat down to discuss our new anthology, Never Again, and although it is a very serious subject, we managed to have fun talking about the book and how it came about.

To see a snippet of our conversation, here is a link to her personal book channel, Drinking by My Shelf.

 

We ended up with a very light-hearted quiz on events and whether they had happened before or after 1918. If you want to see how well (or badly) I did at that, watch the video right to the end.

Or simply to buy the book, and not watch a lunatic father talking to his crazy daughter, click here

 

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