Paying it forward... with Adele Parks

Danni Menzies chats with best-selling author Adele Parks about eating your bodyweight in pasta in Italy, the horrors of the ten word book pitch and more in this episode of the new podcast from The Health Lottery.

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Danni chats with Adele Parks about her life-long ambition to write which only came together for her when she was 30, but which has led to 21 best-sellers and an MBE for Services to Literature since... about being a little girl who was so bookish she had a special library card that let her take out more books at one time, and more...

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