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Woolf, Emma

Emma Woolf was born in London, and is the great-niece of legendary author Virginia Woolf. Emma studied English at Oxford University before working in publishing for ten years. She then went freelance as a journalist and broadcaster, and has written for The Times, Telegraph, Guardian, Daily Mail and Cosmopolitan, among others. This is Emma’s debut novel, but she has previously had six non-fiction books published. Her non-fiction includes the bestselling An Apple a Day (2012), The Ministry of Thin (2013), Letting Go (2015), Positively Primal (2016), The A-Z of Eating Disorders (2017) and Wellbeing (2018). Her first novel, Ways of Escape, was published in 2014.

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