I am visiting Colette McCormick, author of brilliant contemporary women’s fiction, such as Ribbons in Her Hair, and a fellow writer published by Headline Accent. We are talking about saving books from oblivion and about a few of my characters who I grew fond of when I was writing Sandman, the fourth book in the DI Marsh series.
Today, Anna Legat visits to answer a few questions and tell us about her book Sandman.
If you could only read one more book before reading became illegal what would it be and why?
A chilling prospect! I have this image of Nazis burning books in the 1930s.
A world without books would be a travesty and crime against humanity.
Before I answer your question, Colette, I must stress that I wouldn’t take the ban on books lying down. I would put up a fight. I would march for books. I would take up arms. I would raise hell on social media. I would start a mass book-liberation movement, just like the feminists once did, but mine would be called bookinism. Move over, Greta.
But just in case the forces of evil were to prevail and reading was truly to become extinct, I would prepare myself and stash away whole…
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