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Inspired by Caitlin’s love for writing and the topics she champions her website will now host some of the best guest blogs in town.
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READ THE NEW POST BY CAITLIN IN THE GUEST BLOG SECTION
Caitlin’s latest book MORANTHOLOGY Is out in paperback, which means it’s a bit smaller and well a bit cheaper!
IF YOU MISSED #caitlinlive talking about the book last year DONT PANIC!
You can watch the highlights HERE
If you want to buy one of Caitlin’s books then try your local book shop, but if you would like to order online then here are the links.
In HOW TO BE A WOMAN, I was limited to a single topic: women. Their hair, their shoes and their crushes on Aslan from The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe (which I KNOW to be universal).
‘However! In my new book MORANTHOLOGY – as the title suggests – I am set free to tackle THE REST OF THE WORLD: Ghostbusters, Twitter, caffeine, panic attacks, Michael Jackson’s memorial service, being a middle-class marijuana addict, Doctor Who, binge-drinking, Downton Abbey, pandas, my own tragically early death, and my repeated failure to get anyone to adopt the nickname I have chosen for myself: ‘Puffin’.
‘I go to a sex-club with Lady Gaga, cry on Paul McCartney’s guitar, get drunk with Kylie, appear on Richard & Judy as a gnome, climb into the TARDIS, sniff Sherlock Holmes’s pillows at 221b Baker Street, write Amy Winehouse’s obituary, turn up late to Downing Street for Gordon Brown, and am rudely snubbed at a garden party by David Cameron –although that’s probably because I called him ‘A C3PO made of ham’. Fair enough.
‘And, in my spare time – between hangovers – I rant about the welfare state, library closures and poverty; like a shit Dickens or Orwell, but with tits.’
It’s my website! Totally treat it like you’re in my kitchen, ie: make a sandwich, fiddle through my personal stuff and let’s have a lovely chit-chat. I’LL PUT THE IMAGINARY KETTLE ON.