70s Working Mothers on GORGEOUS GOSSIP with Author EMMA CLARK LAM

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Most middle class mothers were not working in Britain in the 1970s. Author Emma Clark Lam tells us about her glamourous Grandmother TV presenter Jean Morton who had a. dazzling career in TV ending up as programme controller of ATV. Jean was most famous for being the producer and creator of the cult children’s programme Tingha and Tucker. Jean would arrive at sports day in a large car and step out in the latest fashions and full makeup which caused acute embarassment for Emma’s Mother. Emma explains how her larger than life grandmother inspired her to write her first novel A SISTER FOR MARGOT.
A SISTER FOR MARGOT is available as an ebook for £1.99 and do sign up for Emma’s blog
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sister-Margot-Emma-Clark-Lam-ebook/dp/B00ADSAVP8
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