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You're Booked

Lou Sanders - You're Booked

Season 14, Ep. 146

Our series of LEGENDS continues with the absolute legend that is Lou Sanders! Lou is a brilliant stand-up comedian, star of Taskmaster, co-host of Unforgivable alongside former YB guest Mel Giedroyc, podcaster and now the author of the unforgettable memoir What's That Lady Doing?: False Starts and Happy Endings. We talked to Lou about the genius of Deborah Levy, early spiritual dabblings, potential screen adaptations and the joy and pain of writing memoir.

Daisy will be at Henley Literary Festival in early October and at the Margate Bookie at the end of October. Details of Daisy's How To Be a Grown Up event with Sarah Knight are available HERE. Find out more about Daisy's Creative Confidence Substack and her Summer School Writing Course HERE or email: And sign up for the You're Booked newsletter by heading to: Find out more about all the books mentioned on the episode by visiting


Lou Sanders - What's That Lady Doing?

Louise Hay - You Can Heal Your Life

Daisy Buchanan - Limelight

Emma Gannon - The Success Myth

James McNicholas - Champ and the Chump

Steven Pressfield - The War of Art

Eckhart Tolle - Power of Now

Neale Donald Walsch - Conversations With God

Pam Grout - Course in Miracles

Julia Cameron - Write for Life

Martha Wainwright - Stories I Might Regret Telling You

Regena Thomashauer - Pussy: A Reclamation

Charlotte Roche - Wetlands

Sally Rooney - Normal People

Deborah Levy - The Cost of Living

Deborah Levy - Things I Don't Want To Know

Deborah Levy - Hot Milk

Deborah Levy - Real Estate

Michelle Gallen - Factory Girls

Nina Stibbe - Love Nina

Nina Stibbe - Went To London Took the Dog

Marian Keyes - The Break

Julia Cameron - The Artist's Way

DBC Pierre - Vernon God Little

DBC Pierre - Big Snake Little Snake

Jilly Cooper - Rivals

PG Wodehouse - The Code of the Woosters

George Eliot - Middlemarch

Lucy-Anne Holmes - Don't Hold My Head Down

Dolly Alderton - Everything I Know About Love

Miki Berenyi - Fingers Crossed

Nell Frizzell - Square One

Kiley Reid - Such a Fun Age

Jeanette Winterson - Why Be Happy When You Can Be Normal

Bessel van der Kolk - Body Keeps the Score

Nancy Mitford - Pursuit of Love

Marian Keyes - Rachel's Holiday

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