Nicola Gill, author of 'The Neighbours', talks genre, crafting a plot around characters, and getting started early.
Neil Lancaster, author of 'Going Rogue', talks about trusting the process, getting police stuff right, and chasing the story-train.
Lorna Cook, author of 'The Forbidden Promise', talks about dual-narrative, crammed work days, and writing what you want to read.
Nell Pattison, author of 'The Silent House', talks about editorial feedback, mixing up the day, and being inspired by real life.
Sam Lloyd, author of 'The Memory Wood', talks about switching genre, trying to force twists and improving productivity.
Eleni Kyriacou, writer of 'She Came To Stay' talks about planning and plotting, changing the main character, and overwriting.
Louise Hare, author of 'This Lovely City' talks about being inspired by short stories, making the leap to full-time writing, and secret adventures in London.
Historical mystery author Rory Clements tells award-winning podcast Writer's Routine about the responsibility to tell the truth, keeping readers going, and writing at night.