Mark Watson, author of 'Contacts', talks about changing voices, writing on the road, and mixing up the font.
Sally Gardner, author of 'The Snow Song', talks us thoroughly through her day, chats about knowing everything about your characters, and why she's the patron saint of reluctant readers.
Gillian McAllister, author of 'How to Disappear', talks learning about witness protection, mixing plotting and pantsing, and getting the first draft done quickly.
Alastair Humphreys, author of 'My Midsummer Morning' talks about journalling, strange editing, and the magic in the mundane.
Jennie Fields, author of 'Atomic Love', talks about twisting the form, keeping track of tenses, and getting started late.