Setting a scene
Tasha Kavanagh, author of psychological thriller Things We Have in Common, explains how her previous work as a film editor on productions such as 12 Monkeys and The Talented Mr Ripley taught her some valuable lessons in developing scenes in her fiction.
The experience of reading a book in the country where it was set was a surprisingly immersive experience for writer Sunny Singh. So when she published her own novel, Hotel Arcadia, this year, she encouraged her readers to send her pictures of the book in the place where they had read it, with gratifying consequences.
How a book chose me
Robert A Caro's astounding 1974 Pulitzer Prize-winner The Power Broker has finally been made available in the UK. Will Hammond, the editor who acquired UK rights, explains why it's a book he just had to publish.
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