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'It's Amazing, I Cried My Eyes Out': Cecelia Ahern Spills The Beans On The Postscript Film Adaptation

With over 25 million novels sold worldwide, two motion pictures adapted from her work and a successf...
Eimear Shannon
Eimear Shannon

11:31 AM - 11 Sep 2020



Dermot & Dave

'It's Amazing, I Cried My Eyes Out': Cecelia Ahern Spills The Beans On The Postscript Film Adaptation

Eimear Shannon
Eimear Shannon

11:31 AM - 11 Sep 2020

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With over 25 million novels sold worldwide, two motion pictures adapted from her work and a successful TV show starring Christina Applegate under her belt, Cecelia Ahern is one of Ireland's biggest success stories.  But, Cecelia is a traditionalist who still writes all of her books by hand, going through countless BIC Biro pens through the months she spends writing her next smash hit.

On Ask Me Anything with Dermot and Dave, the author spilled the beans on why she prefers writing by hand over typing, what she really thinks of the controversy around the accents in the film adaptation of 'PS...I Love You' and gave us a little hint of what we can expect to see when her latest novel Postscript hits the big screen.

'It's Amazing, I Cried My Eyes Out': Cecelia Ahern Spills The Beans On The Postscript Film Adaptation

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