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[INTERVIEW] Ursula James

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My favourite book… The Colour of Magic – Terry Pratchett

My inspiration… My family

My favourite author… Charlotte Bronte

My advice to any aspiring author would be… Write every day – make it a habit.

The first book I had published wasThe Clinical Hypnosis Textbook – Radcliffe Medical Press

My next book is…I’m not worthy – the slackers guide to holistic living

Everyone should read… The Road Less Travelled – M. Scott Peck

The perfect holiday read… Dracula by Bram Stoker

Every story should have… A twist

Best advice ever given… Never, never give up

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Ursula James

Ursula is a Visiting Teaching Fellow at Oxford University Medical School and an Honorary Lecturer at Barts and The London Medical School. Her not-for-profit organisation Thames Medical Lectures has taught hypnosis to doctors at eleven UK medical schools including Oxford and Cambridge.

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