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The Event at The Pankhurst Centre

March 5, 2017

My book talk on March 2nd, at this very special place was a great thrill – it was a privilege to speaking in the Pankhursts’ home. Considering the evening traffic and parking difficulties there was a wonderful turnout, for which I was very grateful. Max, my husband did a great job with refreshments which included honey cake (as eaten in The Purple Rose) and amaretti (as eaten in Not in our Hands) but the real icing on the cake was the quick tour that Gail, of the Pankhurst Centre, gave to our guests. It set my talk in context , together with anecdotes told by another family member about Grandma, the real suffragette. It was the fist time that I found a real connection between my two novels: food and family ties.Thanks also go to Levenshulme radio, too, for their interview ‘plug’.

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