Man Booker Madness

3 thoughts on “Man Booker Madness”

  1. Hi Alison,   WordPress wouldn’t let me post a comment on your blog.It’s still going weird, I suppose. I mentioned that a debut writer in the Guardian had commented that interviewers are only interested in the author’s life story, not in the book and its merits.I’ve found this to be true on the rare occasions when I get interviewed! From Jean

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  2. I’m afraid I’ve yet to read the list, but absolutely agree it’s strange that they would select from unpublished novels. I wonder why.
    Sorry about the site difficulties Very frustrating – I’m crossing my fingers that this will get through.

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    1. Hi Ann and Jean – your comments have got through I’m happy to say. Be interesting to see how Man Booker develops.
      Ali B

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