S1:E7 Elegy for Elodie with Hilary Freeman (Part Two)

Sabina Brennan chats to journalist Hilary Freeman about self-censoring, identity, making tough decisions, the loss of her daughter and resilience.


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To learn more about Hilary visit

https://www.hilaryfreeman.com/


Hilary's young Adult novels include:

When I Was Me (2015) a contemporary psychological thriller about identity, memory and the decisions that make us who we are, with a dose of quantum physics.

Camden Town Tales, 

Three books about the adventures of a group of friends who live in Camden Town, London.

Lifted (2010) is the story of a compulsive shoplifter who finds fame through her blog.

Don’t Ask (2009) the tale of a girl who invents a new internet identity in order to obtain information about her boyfriend.


 

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