Kate Mosse is the author of nine novels & short story collections, including the No 1 multimillion selling ‘Languedoc Trilogy’. Her historical thriller ‘Labyrinth’ was one of the biggest selling novel of the 2000s and propelled her to success, she followed it with ‘Sepulchre’ and ‘Citadel’. She’s written bestselling Gothic fiction, non-fiction, plays, plus contributed essays and introductions to classic novels and collections. Her books have been translated into 38 languages and published in more than 40 countries.
Her newest book is ‘The City of Tears’, it’s the second in ‘The Burning Chambers’ series set in France in the 1500s. It focuses on a vital wedding that might finally reunited divided France, only for a terrible moment to threaten everything.
We talk about much she researches her stories and how she even starts with that, also how much she knows about the entire series before she starts, and why she likes a solid base of plot before she sprints off with the adventure. You can hear how factual history affects her fictional characters, why she can’t really be in full charge of her writing routine, and why you need to learn to write anywhere possible.
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