Lucy Spraggon - Process: Finding My Way Through Book
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RELEASE DATE - 20 JULY 2023
Spraggan's strength in writing it.' Elizabeth Day
By the age of twenty, Lucy Spraggan had already experienced more extraordinary things than many do across a lifetime. Growing up in a creative household, surrounded by artists, alcohol and raucous parties, by her late teens she had played pubs, clubs and festivals, fallen in love with an older woman on a US road trip, experimented with drink and drugs, and been in and out of police custody.
When her X Factor audition went viral in 2012, Lucy became the bookies' favourite to win the show. She was the first contestant ever to write and perform her own original songs, refusing to be pigeonholed by stylists and producers. Viewers fell for her unmanufactured, anti-pop princess stance, and the tabloids loved her.
Then, suddenly, mid-way through the live shows, Lucy dropped out. The public were told Lucy was unwell.
Now, for the first time, Lucy is ready to tell her story, in her own words.
Process is a book about the vicious impact of trauma across a lifetime; it is about Lucy's successes and mistakes, her journey towards sobriety, calm and something like peace. Most of all, Process is an extraordinary story about a gifted artists and an expose of the toxic underbelly of noughties celebrity culture and reality TV.