David Young tells us about his new novel, Stasi Winter, and how he came to write thrillers about a female detective in communist East Germany.
B. A. Paris tells us about getting the writing bug at the age of 50, and thanks her Suffolk readers.
Isabel Allende tells us how she came to publish her first novel at the age of 40, how her success as a writer transformed her life, and what we can expect from her latest book, A Long Petal of the Sea.
Lucinda Riley tells us where she got the idea for the Seven Sisters series and why she chose to set The Butterfly Room in Southwold, and relays a Christmas message to her many Suffolk readers.
Ann Granger tells us why she thinks crime novels are so popular and what she's working on at the moment, and wishes her Suffolk readers a happy Christmas.
Alex Michaelides talks about the influence of Agatha Christie and Greek myths on his writing, and lets us know what to expect from his next thriller.
Joy Fielding talks about her latest novel, All The Wrong Places and how she's mastered the art of writing page-turners.
Amy Heydenrych tells us about writing and researching her two novels, gives us some clues about her next project, and discusses how South Africa is becoming a place to watch for exciting new authors and books.
L. C. Tyler tells us about Ethelred Tressider and Elsie Thirkettle's latest murder mystery, and how the pair have developed over the course of their eight comical crime capers.
Beth O'Leary discusses where she got the idea for The Flatshare and shares the plot of her next novel.