Meet Ian Skewis, the author of A Murder Of Crows.
‘I love when that little spark of inspiration strikes and you know you have a good idea for a story.’ Meet crime writer Lisa Hall.
‘The second book has involved learning about the physiology of gun-shot wounds. It is all interesting but not easy on the psyche.’ Meet crime writer Vicky Newham.
‘Dark, twisted and sensual. Though now I’ve said that, I’m not sure if it’s the novel or me I’m describing.’ Meet crime writer Sarah Stovell.
‘If I’m at the editing stage I can work all day – it’s absolutely my favourite part of the novel-writing process.’ Meet crime writer Louise Jensen.
‘My very first sentence was announcing that “the grass is dancing” on a windy day and at school.’ Find out more about crime writer, CS Duffy.
‘Reading The Famous Five Books as an nine year old child and longing to write an adventure just like those.’ Find out more about crime writer, Helen Phifer.
‘I used a lot of my own experience because I was Writer in Residence at a funeral directors in Edinburgh.’ Crime writer, Doug Johnstone spills the beans.
‘I’ve always been keen to take my readers on an emotional journey.’ Michael J Malone is in The Crime Lounge.
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