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Confidence in Myself as a Writer: Grace is Gone by Emily Elgar
Posted by Emily Elgar in > Crime > Interviews

Before I signed a contract with Little, Brown in 2014 I was fairly quiet about my writing – talking about it only in the vaguest terms with my friends and...

Terry Brankin Has a Gun by Malachi O’Doherty
Posted by Malachi O'Doherty in > Crime > Interviews

When you are a child who wants to grow up to be a writer there is little you can do about it. Your friends driven by similar orientation towards music...

My Path to Publication: Her Secret Past by Kerry Watts
Posted by Kerry Watts in > Crime > Interviews

My adventures in writing began so many years before publication it’s scary but giving up was never an option for me. Twenty-four years ago, after the birth of my daughter,...

An Act of Hope: When The Dead Come Calling by Helen Sedgwick
Posted by Helen Sedgwick in > Crime > Interviews

Inspiration can come from the strangest mix of places and my new crime novel, When The Dead Come Calling, is in some ways a strange story. Strange in the sense...

Writing all the Time: Six Wicked Reasons by Jo Spain
Posted by Jo Spain in > Crime > Interviews

I get asked a lot – make that all the time – how I’ve managed to make the transition to writing full-time (the holy grail) in such a short time...

Keep Your Eyes on Me by Sam Blake
Posted by Sam Blake in > Crime

And now for something completely different…. But don’t panic, there will be more Cat Connolly one day! After writing the Cat Connolly police procedural trilogy, my latest book is a...

Changing Ways: Writing in a Different Genre by Geraldine Hogan
Posted by Geraldine Hogan in > Crime > Interviews

The notion of writing under a pen name was not something I ever really considered – and so, I look back now and wonder how on earth I arrived at...

Having the Idea: The Assistant by SK Tremayne
Posted by S.K. Tremayne in > Crime > Interviews

There’s a lot of stuff written about writing, writers and the writerly craft. If you’re interested you can learn how writers plot, how they do characters, how many months they...

Persistence is the Key: Her Name is Rose by Claire Allan
Posted by Claire Allan in > Crime > Interviews

At the end of the first week of December 2019, something quite remarkable happened. My book, Her Name Was Rose (a psychological thriller about a young woman whose life is...

Writing is a Form of Magic: Black Summer by MW Craven
Posted by MW Craven in > Crime > Interviews

I can’t remember when I wanted to be an author, but I do remember begging my parents for a correspondence course on writing fiction when I was still at school....