Ah, The Spice Girls. There’s nothing that gives me the same feeling than when ‘Wannabe’ comes on. It’s like a switch that just makes you go wild, care-free, takes you back to your childhood. One minute you’re standing by the buffet and the next, on the dance floor just like at your school disco. And that will never change. The Spice Girls had that effect, didn’t they? They are rooted in culture, in that generation. There’s something joyous, exciting, addictive about that feeling. It’s an excuse to escape back into your childhood. And that’s not going to change, is it? I don’t think so…
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I love a good memoir. I used to have them for Christmas. Mostly memoirs from my favourite stars growing up: David Walliams, Ant & Dec, Rob Brydon, Jennifer Saunders, Dermot O’Leary. But most of these memoirs were straight-forward in it’s structure. Born – growing up – school – leaving school – career, etc. I think it’s refreshing when a celebrity releases a memoir and goes against the traditional idea of a memoir.
I’m so excited to be part of another book blog tour for J. M. Monaco’s brilliant, How We Remember.