Hayley Doyle, author of 'Love, Almost', talks about juggling life and work, overwriting, and playing with genre.
Alexis Landau, author of 'Those Who Are Saved', talks about mother/daughter stories, research and putting fiction in the fact.
Nigel Farndale, author of 'The Dictator's Muse', discusses creativity vs effort, finding the balance between work and fun, and writing real life.
Janet Skeslien-Charles, author of 'The Paris Library', chats about stories that have to be told, research and why thorough plotting doesn't mean complete understanding.
Greg Buchanan, author of 'Sixteen Horses', chats about bending genre, plot functions, and being kind to yourself.