WBest-selling romantic novelist Jojo Moyes was a little girl living in a long thin house in Hackney, East London, who dreamed of living in the country. For her eighth year, she asked for her bedroom to be turned into a cowshed – her talented mother did exactly that, filling it with hay from the local pet store. “I had a dandy [grooming] A brush that I reverently worship in hopes of one day using it on a real pony. I should have been a country boy,” she says. But somehow it was born from two urban artists.
Over decades, 15 best-selling books and three movies (I before you, The last letter from your lover And Horse dancer)