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Queen Camilla Is Beginning a E-book Podcast and Persevering with Her Literary Competition

When Queen Camilla ascended to the throne alongside her husband, King Charles III, one among her objectives was to develop into the UK’s chief e book lover. Via her charity, the Queen’s Studying Room, which started as an Instagram account throughout COVID-19, she threw a literary pageant in June that attracted a number of the nation’s largest names, together with Dame Judi Dench, and authors Ken Follett, Peter James, and Kate Mosse. On Friday, the charity introduced that the pageant will return to Hampton Court docket Palace subsequent summer time. As well as, the queen will deepen her function within the nation’s literary dialog by launching a weekly podcast in early January.

The podcast might be hosted by Vicki Perrin, the CEO of the Queen’s Studying Room, however her majesty will be part of on the episodes to share her observations. The primary episode will function an interview with crime author Sir Ian Rankin about his novel Rebus, and later episodes will highlight Dame Joanna Lumley, Ann Patchett, Bonnie Garmus, and extra. 

“There may be nothing fairly like an excellent e book advice from a good friend; however it’s even higher when that individual is one among your favourite authors or most admired individuals,” Perrin mentioned in a press release. “I hope that this podcast will encourage listeners to new literary adventures and assist these wishing to like books a little bit extra, discover the books which set their imaginations alight.”

The Queen’s Studying Room podcast will premiere on January 8. The 2024 version of the Queen’s Studying Room Competition will return to Hampton Court docket Palace on June 8. Although tickets is not going to go on sale till February, the charity is at present providing a voucher in the direction of ticket purchases on their web site with the vacation season in thoughts.

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