Robin Barker of the Gloucester Echo wrote a review of Audrey's panel at the Cheltenham Literature Festival this past weekend. Here is an excerpt:
Audrey Niffenegger, celebrated author of The Time Traveller's Wife, took centre stage at Cheltenham Literature Festival to talk about her new book, a collection of ghost stories aptly titled, Ghostly.
The American writer presented creepy and witty ghost stories by myriad authors, including her friend Neil Gaiman. Sadly - and rather disappointingly - she didn't read from her own entry, A Secret Life With Cats.
Instead chair Georgina Godwin explored with Audrey the stories included in the compendium and her background, including working as a guide at Highgate Cemetery in North London, which was a recurring theme. Question is, does Audrey believe in ghosts herself?
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