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She Did What? #1: Author Beth Reekles on her Nan and How We Credit Women’s Achievements

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For the pilot episode of She Did What? I was joined by Beth Reekles, a young adult author who rose to fame on Wattpad with her story – The Kissing Booth.

We discuss how she got her book deal, the impending release of a Netflix Original movie based on the book and her bright future.

This week we also discuss how the women in our lives shape us through the tough times they go through as well as looking at a very special woman from history.

The discussion about this incredible woman (astrophysicist – Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell) inspired a further chat on how women are credited for their achievements in the media.

My first stab at podcasting is littered with erms, microphone glitches and patchy as fuck edits BUT the format of this was a lot of fun, my guest was ACE and well – things can only get better!

She Did What? will (hopefully) be available on iTunes ASAP – as soon as it is, I’d LOVE for you to give it a 5 star review and write up on there, plus share it and tell your friends to do the same! Then come and let me know on Twitter and I’ll give you the biggest shout out/virtual hug.

All (kind) comments, feedback and ideas are welcome!

You can also bookmark the Podcast category on the blog here to keep up to date with future episodes.

Let me know in the comments who YOU’D like to see as a guest and I’ll pester their DMs, management, friends and ex-lovers until they do.

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  • Holly
    May 7, 2018

    Vix this is absolutely amazing, I love it! I can’t wait for future episodes, I’m honestly so excited! x

  • Charli
    May 7, 2018

    Love it! I’m a teacher at a University in the U.S. and all of my Honors students will be learning about Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell in my class from your podcast next semester! 😀

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