End of Century Mole. An accidental celebrity, with a spreading bald patch, despairing of current family values, Mole is still worrying: Is Viagra cheating? Why won't BBC1 produce The White Van, his serial killer comedy? Will the Millennium Wheel EVER turn? Will Pandora Braithwaite MP become Blair's favourite babe? Will Pauline Mole throw caution to the winds with a pre-millennuim fling? Will George Mole regain his erectile function? And will Adrian himself find the fulfilment he seeks as celebrity offal chef, single parent, and celibate novelist?
Sue Townsend - the creator of Adrian Mole, the favorite in the literary hero of modern Britain. In fifteen years, Sue Townsend dropped out of school, determined to live by writing. However, ambitious plans had to be postponed for twenty years. Her life for many years was ceaseless struggle for survival. Sue worked as a janitor, a postman, at the factory (by her description, it is very similar to the one where the heroine worked "Dancer in the Dark"), and even coach in canoeing. Still, she went back to the literature and wrote the now world-famous "Diary of Adrian Mole." But the test is not over. A year ago, the writer was blind and now learning to live in the dark. However, the eternal - against all odds - optimist Sue Townsend does not give up: "In the end, it's a challenge. I have long been rolled on the beaten track, and then change, but still is! No, of course I would not deprive myself of view, to change lives, but once it happened, we should start to live again. And I'll do it. In addition to the iconic "Diary of Adrian Mole" Sue Townsend is the author of the satirical, but also good-natured comedy "My Queen" and "The Number 10". Only in England published her new book, "Queen Camilla" - kind satire on the mores of the royal family, which merged with longtime girlfriend heir to the British throne.