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I suppose the city setting does translate to other countries," she notes.
We drink tea, Glasgow noisily rumbles outside, and she adds: "Still, talking to you now, it doesn't feel real: but because it is all so hard - it is so difficult to get an agent, to get a publisher, to write and finish a book.
Ms Honeyman, 45, wrote the novel while she worked at Glasgow University - she created it, as many aspiring writers do, in snatched parcels of precious time - in the morning, in the evening, on holiday.
But when it was complete, and in the hands of her agent, it ignited the publishing world. On the eve of the 2015 Frankfurt Book Fair, the novel was at the centre of a bidding storm for its rights.
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Use your mobile phone to browse singles, view profiles and see photos on our dating website.Her book is entitled Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine.It is a moving, funny, and by the end, devastating novel, and also a rare thing: a debut novel from Scotland which pitched the literary world into a kind of delirium.And last week it was announced that the Hollywood actress Reese Witherspoon's production company Hello Sunshine had bought the rights to take Eleanor to the big screen, with Witherspoon, it is believed, lined up to play the title character (whether Ms Witherspoon will play the role in a modern Glasgow setting is not yet known.) Ms Witherspoon has yet to call the author, although one suspects that may happen soon.For such a frenzied commercial fight over its rights, one might expect Ms Honeyman's book to be a very commercial, mainstream affair. It is approachable and highly readable, but if its prose is nimble and clear, it is fleet and sure over some shiveringly dark fissures. She leaves her dull office work on a Friday and returns on Monday morning, have usually not spoken to a soul - her pot plant does not count - over a weekend.