Q&A WITH WRITER COLIN BISSET


Some great questions from writer Victoria Blake, following on from her very generous review. Check out Victoria’s own books, which range from personal family history to bone-chilling murders…

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Author Colin Bisset

Today I’m very glad to welcome the writer, traveller and broadcaster, Colin Bisset to a Q&A on my blog. He’s written a wonderful book, Loving Le Corbusier, on Yvonne Gallis, wife of the world famous architect, Le Corbusier. I was eager to ask him some questions about writing in general and the process of writing this book in particular.

                                                         

1. When did you first hear about the ‘secret wife’ Yvonne and how long was it between then and you deciding to write a book about her?

I had intended writing a novel with Le Corbusier as a peripheral figure and so I re-read some of my old books on him. Yvonne was always described as a model from…

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  1. Loved the interview! I’m a big fan of balconies too by the way 🙂

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