Food. Drink. Sleep. Books. They are all drugs.
Fay Weldon (born September 22, 1931) is a British novelist and playwright as well as a radio and TV writer, with credits including a BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice and the popular 1970s series Upstairs, Downstairs. Married three times, the mother of four has spent much of her career examining male-female relationships and the lives of contemporary women. Among her best-known works are The Fat Woman’s Joke, The Life and Loves of a She-Devil, Puffball, and Auto Da Fay (her autobiography).