Jane Graham is a psychotherapist who specialises in working with trauma. The woman who lays claim to the Graham of Montrose tartan is more accustomed to writing for scientific journals than penning novels.
Meet the Author
The most common advice for new novelists is to write what you know – and that’s exactly what RJ Mitchell did when he sat down to pen his first book more than 10 years ago.
Bumping into the late poet laureate, Sir John Betjeman, proved to be an inspirational moment for bestselling author Miranda Dickinson. The “beyond the grave encounter” has led her to pen what she says is her finest novel yet – a love story that starts with a goodbye.
Her terrifying thriller about a psychopathic stalker gripped horror master Stephen King and spawned one of Netflix’s most binge-worthy thrillers.
American transplant surgeon Joshua Mezrich is a fun guy with a love of all things British. His disarming humour belies his gruelling work, creating life from loss.
It has been almost five years since crime writer Gillian Galbraith published a novel. The last by the author of the popular Alice Rice Mysteries – The Good Priest – launched in 2014.
She was the boss of Saturday night TV when viewing was at its peak, and Elaine Bedell was responsible for commissioning and producing some of the UK’s most popular shows – X Factor, Strictly Come Dancing, Britain’s Got Talent, and Saturday Night Takeaway.
The saying “You couldn’t write the script” could have been coined for the wild life of zany entrepreneur-turned-author Nick Perry.
Best-selling author Cressida Cowell today reveals that becoming the 2019-21 Children’s Laureate is “bittersweet”.
She is the British writer who, in just two short years, has taken the book world by storm.
A chilling letter from killer Ian Brady sparked the idea for Mark Billingham’s latest novel.