Jill Dawson for tea
6 February 2009 in Press
A couple of weeks ago a bunch of us converged on a grand London hotel for afternoon champagne tea to celebrate the publication of our friend Jill Dawson‘s new book, ‘The Great Lover’. We cackled loudly over the tinkling of the grand piano, ate, drank, gossiped, and toasted Ruby (aka Jill) and wished her every success with this new book.
‘The Great Lover’ is about Rupert Brooke; I’ve got my copy and can’t wait to read it.
Ruby set up and runs Gold Dust, an innovative mentoring scheme, pairing well-established writers with new writers to work together 1-1. She’s a great advocate for writers and writing.
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