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Dad and the cat and the tree poet



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Dad and the cat and the tree poet and the little dog who went on an epic trek through the forest were all really special to me," says the writer. "When I think of it all, I'm not that fussed about my mum's book. I never see my mum, so she doesn't count. But the cats and dogs I see every day - they're wonderful!"

You can read more from the author, including The Lighthouse and Other Stories, here.

'It's the thing I'm best known for, but I'm not proud of it. I never thought of myself as a writer. If I'm not working, I'm usually either studying, volunteering or travelling,' he says.

'I'm really not that comfortable talking about my work as a writer.

'In terms of the book, I just loved it. It's a great story and it made me want to keep on writing.'

It may not be his proudest achievement, but it's the only thing he feels proud of.

'I didn't know I was a writer. I'd never thought of myself that way.

'I never thought of myself as a writer. If I'm not working, I'm usually either studying, volunteering or travelling.'

He added: 'I'm glad I've written a book, but it was an accident that it turned out to be something people are actually interested in reading. I'm proud that I've made people happy. But it's not the reason I write.'

He told The Independent: 'I think you write what you have to write. My mum writes for a living. She's a teacher and a novelist.

'I don't know if you can separate the two. But I know what I'm good at is writing, so I don't try to force myself to write anything I'm not good at.

'But if I wanted to write something else I would have to write something I'm good at, rather than what I'm not good at.

'In a sense, you're always writing about who you are - your life, your work, your relationships, your relationships to people, to places, to everything.

'That's what I think about. But I don't think about what I'm writing as if I'm a writer. I'm happy to say I'm a writer, but I'm not a writer.'

He added: 'I was never going to write anything about dogs. I don't think that's my place.'

It might not be his proudest achievement, but it's the only thing he feels proud of.

'My mum is a teacher and she's published a book. I was just really impressed with her achievement, the fact she had been able to do that,' says the author.

'I feel very happy for her and I'm very proud of her.'

He added: 'I've never thought I'm a writer. I never wanted to be one. I've had to write about a lot of things in my life. I've written about a lot of things in my life.

'I've written about my time at school, my time at college, my time at university. I've written about when I had a girlfriend, about how I was lonely.

'There are things I'm not comfortable talking about, and writing isn't something I thought about until I had a girlfriend.

'But I was really just lucky that I wrote a book and was published and all that sort of stuff.

'I'm not trying to be anything I'm not. I don't think about being a writer at all. I think that's something that just happened.

'I think I have always been a writer, but I've never thought of myself as a writer. It's something that happened accidentally, and something that I'm very happy with.

'I just thought my mum did an incredible job. I'm very proud of my mum and I'm very proud of the book. I was really lucky.'

It may not be his proudest achievement, but it's the only thing he feels proud of.

'I've always written about things that are important to me,' he says.

'For me, they're very personal things. They're things that affect my life and I've written about them.

'If I were to write about dogs, I would write something completely different. Dogs are just a normal part of my life. It's not the thing I think about.

'My mum is a teacher and she's published a book. I was just really impressed with her achievement, the fact she had been able to do that.

'I feel very happy for her and I'm very


Watch the video: Dad and the Cat and the Tree - a poem by Kit Wright