Nuala O'Faolain Irish newspaper columnist Nuala O'Faolain became internationally known at the age of 55 for her first book, Are You Somebody, which she called an accidental memoir. She joins host Lynn Neary to talk about her new book"Almost There -- The Onward Journey of a Dublin Woman, which describes how literary fame changed her life. She also discusses how middle age can be as tumultuous and exciting as adolescence. (Almost There - The Onward Journey of a Dublin Woman is published by Riverhead Books; ISBN: 1573222410.)
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Irish newspaper columnist Nuala O'Faolain became internationally known at the age of 55 for her first book, Are You Somebody, which she called an accidental memoir. She joins host Lynn Neary to talk about her new book"Almost There — The Onward Journey of a Dublin Woman, which describes how literary fame changed her life. She also discusses how middle age can be as tumultuous and exciting as adolescence. (Almost There - The Onward Journey of a Dublin Woman is published by Riverhead Books; ISBN: 1573222410.)