Sun February 6, 2011
Author Interviews

'I Think I Love You': Middle-Aged Women Can Still Be 13

In 2004, Allison Pearson was asked by the Daily Telegraph to interview David Cassidy, singer and former star of the Partridge Family. Thirty years earlier, Pearson was one of those screaming 13-year-old girls who taped Cassidy's posters on their bedroom walls and dreamed of the day that he would fall in love with them. NPR's Liane Hansen talks with Pearson about her new novel, I Think I Love You, which was inspired by her experience.

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