Tabatha Throup’s book Nanny Can't Remember gets featured in The News
The News published a feature on Nanny Can't Remember by Tabatha Throup. There is also a three-page spread in the Newspaper. It entails the struggles and experiences of Tabatha and her family’s life and how poetry helped her in the days of despair.
Nanny Can’t Remember is a book about a beautiful bond that a grandmother shares with her grandchildren. Nanny has dementia and she is having a hard time remembering things but her caring and affectionate grandchildren are supporting her at this hard time in her life.
Tabatha Throup lives in Hampshire on Hayling Island, she is married to Richard and is a mother of two children. She likes to spend time with the family and enjoy music and yoga. Tabatha likes to write from a very young age but didn’t give a thought of getting her work published till now, she is hoping to publish more of her work in future.
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