GENEVIEVE FOX

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Author and former Features Editor of The Daily Telegraph, Genevieve has worked as a journalist on the Independent, the Daily Mail, The Guardian, the Financial Times, the Evening Standard, ES magazine and a range of titles from YOU to Arts Review. Her features, book reviews, property and travel stories, columns and op-ed pieces have appeared in publications ranging from The New Statesman to Prima, from the Daily Express and The Times to The New York Review of Books. 

Her first book, Milkshakes and Morphine: A Memoir of Love and Loss, published by Square Peg, is available now.

"Extraordinary"

- Rachel Cusk
 

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For me, one of the hardest things about finishing a book is writing regularly and getting to the finishing line, in spite of those pernicious demons who whisper in your ear and say: ‘Don’t bother! What’s the point?’ and other things I can’t repeat. The trick is to up your word count come hell or high water, to avoid looking back on what you’ve written, and to ignore those voices of doubt in your head. Writing requires tenacity and determination. I’m the professional writing buddy and creative mentor who can remind you of that, and more besides.