Past-it Notes

by Maureen Lipman

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This is a collection of some of Maureen Lipman's best writing, taken from previous books along with new stories and anecdotes. Some of the old stories are reworked here and there is plenty of new writing to keep the book fresh. It's a great book for dipping in to full of happy memories as well as sad told in the down to earth style we have some to expect from one of the nations favourite actresses.

 

 

Past-it Notes Synopsis

The witty way in which Maureen Lipman recalls her personal and professional adventures and misadventures has made her a best-selling author. The self-deprecatingly titled Past-it Notes is the ultimate Maureen Lipman collection, drawing on material from her six previous books and laced with a heady dose of hilarious and poignant new autobiographical material.

Past-it Notes is packed with beguiling showbiz anecdotes, wonderful stories, eccentric characters, bizarre situations and memorable encounters – all recalled and recorded with gusto and relish. To compliment all this, Maureen has also included affectionate recollections of her late husband, the playwright Jack Rosenthal, and of her mother and Muse, the irreplaceable Zelma.

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ISBN: 9781906217754
Publication date: 01/09/2008
Publisher: Jr Books Ltd
Format: Hardback

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ISBN: 9781906217754
Publication date: 1st September 2008
Author: Maureen Lipman
Publisher: Jr Books Ltd
Format: Hardback
Genres: Biography / Autobiography, eBook Favourites,
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About Maureen Lipman

Maureen Lipman was born in Hull. She has won numerous awards for her work as an actress and has penned a number of best-selling books, including How Was It For You?, You Can Read Like Me a Book and Lip Reading.

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