Talk:Nina Bawden

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Biography assessment rating comment[edit]

WikiProject Biography Summer 2007 Assessment Drive

The article may be improved by following the WikiProject Biography 11 easy steps to producing at least a B article. -- Yamara 03:52, 27 June 2007 (UTC)

Recent publications[edit]

Without saving several minor fixes, I started to improve this but there is too much activity for me here now. (Those of us who don't frequently save revisions need to adjust when someone dies.) I'll return with a record of the minor fixes.

There is some useful information in the three BBC articles (2002, 2003, 2006) that are linked to today's announcement.

Among other things,

  • BBC 2003: " She said: "I have written some newspaper pieces and have started to think about producing a children's book. But I am finding everything quite difficult."
  • BBC 2012: "In one of Bawden's last books, Dear Austen, the author told the story of the crash in the form of letters to her late husband."

The list of works shows no books published after the crash except Dear Austen. That needs update or we need to say that that book was her only one this decade. --P64 (talk) 16:25, 22 August 2012 (UTC)

Coverage of the crash and aftermath[edit]

I cut these three external links from the bottom of References, where they have been located since I rearranged the appendices in August.(previous version)

We no longer say anything about the crash beyond the facts, she badly injured and he killed. Previously we said more, evidently with these articles as sources. --P64 (talk) 20:31, 23 December 2012 (UTC)