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The most recent cool extras added by Allison and Busby:
New writers are usually told to "write what you know", but here D E Meredith, author of the Hatton and Roumande Victorian Crime series explains On the Literary Sofa why she writes what she doesn't know...
Crime Fiction Lover grills Adrian Magson on why he chose a French setting for his crime series including Death on the Point Noir, how he balances several wiritng projects and what he likes about the 1960s...
In an article written especially for Book Oxygen, author D E Meredith exposes the valuable links between experience and writing, revealing some of the dark origins behind her debut Devoured, the first novel in a the Hatton & Roumande series set in Victorian London and featuring one of the first forensic detectives.
Shots Magazine puts Adrian Magson under the spotlight and asks him about his France-set Lucas Rocco crime series, what he does to relax, what advice does he have for aspiring writers, and more...
Anna Jacobs recounts her very first book publication - and how it was accomplished due to the generosity of a certain very famous author.
'When my first author’s copy arrived, dropping through the letterbox in the front door, as letters still do in the UK, I tore the package open on the spot, staring in utter delight at my first published book, stroking my name on the cover. Then I sat on the hall floor, cuddling the book and crying my eyes out – as you do when you’re utterly happy!'
Fans of the Morganville Vampires were invited to ask Rachel Caine questions via Twitter for an hour by Waterstones using hashtag #rcbd (Rachel Caine Black Dawn). Here is the full transcript of the Twinterview as features on the Waterstones Facebook page.
Delve deeper into the world of Mary Russell with this companion e-book! You'll find excerpts from all her books, as well as a special word from Laurie R King on the writing process, and other exclusive extras including fan art, links, photos and additional research.