A surreal dating experience inspired one of the main characters in Lex Coulton’s debut novel, Falling Short. She talks more about that and the writing process in general, along with offering some fantastic advice for struggling writers.
She’s a familiar face on our TV screens but did you know Julia Roberts is also a successful author?
I was thrilled to talk to her about her writing life, which had been a dream for so long, and turning her latest novel into an audio book.
Blogger extraordinaire Aby Moore has written a new book aiming to inspire others to turn their online hobby into a business.
She talks to me about how her own blog, You Baby, Me Mummy, transformed her life and why she wants to help others do the same.
With a debut novel finished, another well underway and now an agent to take her dream to publish a book (or two) forward, the future looks bright for Kirsten Hesketh. She talks making time to write when it’s not your full time job, turning rejections into a positive experience and shared her top writing tip.
After winning the Daily Mail First Novel Award for her debut, Half-truths And White Lies, Jane Davis has gone on to write seven more compelling books, including her latest entitled Smash All The Windows. We chat about the inspiration behind it together with more about her writing life.
S D Robertson.
He took a risk and gave up his job to follow his dream of writing a book – and it more than paid off for S D Robertson, who has recently published his third novel, Stand By Me.
Now a bestselling author, Stuart shares how he dealt with any doubts, talks about plotting his novel and offers his top writing tips.
Her fourth book, The Good Doctor Of Warsaw, is based on a true story of some of the rare survivors of the Warsaw ghetto during the Second World War. It took Elisabeth Gifford nearly two decades to get the story exactly right. She talks more about her journey to publication and shares her writing tips.
Currently working on her sixth novel, Natalina Reis just can’t get enough of happy endings. Her books often have things in common books, including the themes of diversity and universal love.
Inspired by a trip to Europe, Ralph Webster set about exploring his own family history and turning it into two books – the first of which was nominated for Best Memoir/Autobiography in the Goodreads 2016 Choice Awards.
Kicking off the 2018 series of Behind The Book is Norfolk-based writer Ian Wilfred. He is the author of three successful books within the genre of women’s fiction and is currently working on his fourth.