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People Who Knew Me

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Connie and Claire attend a cancer support session with Paul, which causes Connie to relive painful memories of her life in New York trying to balance her work life and unhappy marriage with being a care-giver to Drew's sick Mom. She must decide how to explain her lies, her secrets, her selfish decisions - and ultimately, her ‘widowed’ husband. She will have to reacquaint her with her lies, her secrets, her selfish decisions – and ultimately, her ‘widowed’ husband. People Who Knew Me – written and directed by Daniella Isaacs from the book by Kim Hooper – tells the story of Connie Prynne, a single mother to a teenage daughter, Claire. BBC Podcast Premium subscribers will have early access to episodes and listen freely without ads, BBC Podcast Premium is available exclusively on Apple Podcasts.

Now, in a way, people are voluntarily flocking back to being controlled, but in a different guise, by these wellness claims. Two diseases, Parkinson’s and breast cancer, are central to the plot and character development in 'People Who Knew Me.Hooper slays stereotypes with an array of surprising observations like: “People think it’s easy to be anonymous in New York. She is also co-author of All the Love: Healing Your Heart and Finding Meaning After Pregnancy Loss (2021).

The loss of her hair takes Connie straight back to her life in New York, to Emily's new 'work haircut' and first job, a job she was forced to take so Drew could fulfil his dream of owning his own restaurant.In a simple but carefully thought style, author Kim Hooper constructs and delivers a story that feels real… I believe this is going to be one of the most talked books of the year. If the breast cancer gets worse she needs to create a safe world for Claire, but how honest does she need to be with her daughter?

There’s evidence to suggest that some people likely used the tragedy of 9/11 to fake their own deaths…. Her previous works include People Who Knew Me (2016), Cherry Blossoms (2018), Tiny (2019), and All the Acorns on the Forest Floor (2020).Exploring themes rarely discussed through a character who eventually becomes a true heroine, Hooper seamlessly intertwines the past and present of Emily’s life in alternate chapters. Then, incredibly, Emily encounters unexpected love with a man from her past, and after struggling with the conflicts of heart and conscience, she gathers up enough courage to chart a brighter, happier course with him. Please contact me if you need podcast production support (editing, scriptwriting or sound design) from an award-winning producer for your upcoming projects!

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