Thursday, January 12, 2012

Shelf Life: Joan Collins Interview with the Spectator

This week's Shelf Lifer is the indefatigable Joan Collins. She tells us which literary character she'd pick to share a bed with and exactly how many self-help books she's written.
What are you reading at the moment?
Frank Sinatra: The Boudoir Singer by Danforth Prince and Darwin Porter
As a child, what did you read under the covers?
Forever Amber by Kathleen Windsor
Has a book ever made you cry, and if so which one?
Yes, Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist when Bill Sikes murders Nancy because it's the most harrowing description of a murder that I’ve ever read.

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