Cherie Jones, author of 'How the One-Armed Sister Sweeps Her House', talks about waking up early, fitting everything in, and asking her characters questions.
Susie Donkin, author of 'Zeus is a Dick' talks about reimagining ancient myths, learning from screenplays, and keeping it tight.
Will Dean, author of 'The Last Thing to Burn' - Thriller writer talks paying justice to characters, writing in the wilderness, and flashes of inspiration
C.K. McDonnell, author of 'The Stranger Times', discusses how stand-up comedy made writing easier, about the perfect creative space, and why he annoys his characters.
Kate Mosse, author of 'The City of Tears', talks thorough research, learning to write anywhere and building on the success of 'Labyrinth'