After I read The Divine Daughter, my first thought was, what would have happened or changed for me if this was available to read 40 years ago?
My life and career had been mainly centred on reading dry procedural technical manuals.
It was a fantastic experience to read a book that challenged both my instilled upbringing beliefs and raised questions on societies’ views of the 'daughter’.
Lets hope it becomes a required High School read to open minds!
I was particularly taken by Harry's comment about his usual reading material - procedural technical manuals. My book must have been so different from that past experience. And yet, the book and the ideas engaged him.
I hope that means I hit the right tone in my writing, and I made the conversation accessible to people no matter what might bring them to the book.