Helen Cox tells us about her new novel, A Body in the Bookshop, and how her love of libraries and librarians inspired her to create amateur detective Kitt Hartley.
Rosie Goodwin tells us about her new novel, A Precious Gift, and how her books have evolved over her career.
Heather Morris talks about The Tattooist of Auschwitz and Cilka's Journey, and the messages they convey.
A. L. Kennedy tells us why she loves writing for children, and what we can expect from her session at Waveney Kids' Book Festival.
John Higgs tells us why he is optimistic about the future, and what we can expect at his Lavenham Literary Festival talk in November.
Kate Weinberg tells us about her debut novel, The Truants, and why she enjoyed working as a ghostwriter before publishing in her own voice.
Poet Brian Bilston tells us about the advantages and disadvantages of sharing his work on social media, and what we can expect from him next.
Amanda Mason tells us about her spooky debut novel The Wayward Girls and her journey to publication.
Clare Mulley describes the challenges and rewards of writing about remarkable women in history and gives us a taster of her talk at Lavenham Literary Festival in November.
Poet Rebecca Goss discusses her influences, inspirations and relaxed writing routine, and tells us what she's planning for her Lavenham Literary Festival talk in November.