Spotlight On / Hayley Scrivenor
‘Dirt Town started as a short story. I wrote about a group of small-town kids, describing all the different ways they’d made their way home from school on a Friday afternoon. After I’d written that, it occurred to me that there needed to be a reason for them to be talking about that day, in particular.’
Writers On Writing / Writing across genres with Marianne Delacourt
We chatted to award-winning author Marianne Delacourt, ahead of her course Online: Crime Writing starting on Monday 22 June, about writing across different genres, her writing process and what she loves in a good crime novel.
Writers On Writing / Candice Fox on crime, collaboration & characters
Candice Fox is an author of crime fiction and creative writing teacher. Candice lectures in writing at the University of Notre Dame, while undertaking a PhD in literary censorship and terrorism. Hades was her first novel, followed by Eden and Fall, the next two books in the Bennett/Archer series. You’ve published with superstar James Patterson. […]