Where Did Mrs March Come From? by Virginia Feito

I was listening to the Overture from The Nutcracker when I first envisioned Mrs. March. She appeared to me fully-formed, in her fur coat and skirt suit, just walking down the street, as excited and hopeful as that flute, and I knew at that moment I was going to destroy her.


Jonas Jonasson introduces Sweet Sweet Revenge Ltd.

Sweet Sweet Revenge Ltd is the latest hilarious feel-good fiction from the internationally bestselling Jonas Jonasson and the most fun you’ll have in 2021. Here, he introduces the novel to readers.





On Language – Christina Dalcher on writing VOX

An article by Christina Dalcher, author of the shocking debut, VOX which is published in paperback on 7th March 2019. I’ve had a forty-five-year love affair with language, and I’m talking about language with a capital L: that amazing faculty common to all humans in all places. Our ability to acquire language from a faded … Continued


Joanna Cannon on writing ‘Three Things About Elsie’

A brand new Q & A interview with Joanna Cannon, as she talks about her second novel Three Things About Elsie, as well as discussing her inspiration, writing process, and the book she wishes she’d written… THREE THINGS ABOUT ELSIE is published 11th January 2018. 1. How was writing Three Things About Elsie different to … Continued


The Aftershocks of a Stranger’s Tragedy: RESERVOIR 13 by Jon McGregor

Jon McGregor’s mesmerising new novel RESERVOIR 13 has been longlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2017. Here, he discusses the inspiration and research behind writing the breathtaking novel. I can’t remember when I started writing Reservoir 13. It’s been a long time coming, and it’s not always been easy. Life has often got in the … Continued