Charlie and Rosanna Ley (The Orange Grove) discuss whether one of her main characters, Ella, made the right decision with the situational contexts at hand, the viability of a shop focused on orange-related products and set up in Dorset, the Seville producers of those products, and the secrets of the flour-free cake that starts the whole thing off.
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07:24 Would it be right to say that the Flamenco is an important aspect further than as itself, symbolically? 09:01 Was there a starting point for Ella's story? 10:44 Tell us about your research 13:05 Would Holly's shop be a viable business? 14:46 Where did you come across the cake? 16:58 Had you set out to include Felix's narrative from the first? 19:18 (Spoiler question) Had you considered having the 1988 Ella staying on in Seville? 21:55 Will Ella and Ingrid's relationship continue to get better? 22:55 What's next? 25:36 Tell us about your writing retreats
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