TFOT: Episode 2 - Denise Deegan

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In the second episode of the series, Helen Shaw speaks to Irish writer Denise Deegan, author of the hugely popular Butterfly Novels for teenagers. More recently Denise has also adopted the pen name 'Aimee Alexander' under which she has started to self publish her adult fiction novels through Amazon.

Helen talks to Denise about her self publishing and where the idea for Aimee Alexander came from as well as taking it right back to the beginning to ask Denise when she started writing.

Denise, who has previously worked as a nurse, a checkout girl and a china restorer among other things, shares readings from her books, her approach to writing her novels and how her life experiences have been reflected in her stories and visa versa.

The full podcast is available now to download via the link below, and for now, here's a preview of the episode where Denise tells a funny story of when someone from her neighbourhood has mistaken her for a famous figure (and not for the first time!)

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The Family of Things: Episode 2 - Denise Deegan

https://itunes.apple.com/de/podcast/the-family-of-things/id946045776?l=en&mt=2

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Aimee Alexander's Christmas Story 'Checkout Girl' will be available to download as an audiobook soon, visit the link below for more information and a sneak preview

https://audioboom.com/boos/2719662-checkout-girl-written-and-narrated-by-aimee-alexander

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Music: 'The Old Haunt' ©Ana Gog 2014

http://anagogmusic.com/

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Photo Credit: Leon O'Neill ©Athena Media Ltd.

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Follow the full series on http://thefamilyofthings.com/

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