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Laura Jane Williams visits the Audible Studios to discuss why she wrote Ice-cream for Breakfast, what you can do to take a step back from your adult life, her experience as a nanny, the writing and narrating process, and so much more.

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  • 20-05-2021

Interesting

It is great to hear the author speak about how she became a writer,, I wish she spoke more about how she found the ideas for the books and also how she knew who to choose as a narrator for each book. I loved her book 'The Love Square ' & Carrie Hope Fletcher was an excellent choice as narrator!

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  • FannyFanackcerpan
  • 08-07-2019

Shes Fun

Always got time for LJ - she narrates her own books well so I was interested to hear her chat.

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