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Diary

The day I signed a book ‘Adolf Roberts’

13 October 2018

9:00 AM

13 October 2018

9:00 AM

I’m giving 93 speeches over the next four months to promote my new book, Churchill: Walking with Destiny, but I don’t actually like public speaking. I enjoy it once it’s over, but not while it’s happening. I envy those writers of the 1970s who just got on with writing the next book as soon as the last one was finished.

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