The Who, What, When, Where and Why with Lisa Dickenson
Talking about a romance book that celebrates singledom.
Memory – Sandra Kring
Music and written words have always been a sanctuary.
Spicing things up for the ultimate glamour-soaked read – Nigel May
Blockbusters need characters that readers either love or hate.
How the Beatles’ Eleanor Rigby inspired my debut novel – Camille Di Maio
Two compelling characters and an incomplete story get creative juices flowing.
Confessions and lessons from an author – Eve Devon
After you get published it doesn’t get any easier.
Where do you get your ideas? – Jenny Oliver
The ideas start out big and brash and then get honed down.
Stepping into the pages of a novel – Judith Fertig
Can a flavour transport you?
It’s nearly all subjective – Kirsty McManus
There is no one formula to success.