Nicholas Sparks has published over 20 books, most of which have been international bestsellers. Many have gone on to be adapted in high-profile films. The adaptation of The Notebook has, of course, left most of us reaching for the tissue box. He visits the Audible Studios to talk about his amazing career, and his latest novel, See Me.
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Audible exclusive. Nothing quite creates another world like a book. Tom Bale talks about his delight of plunging his characters in danger and seeing how they cope. Talking about his inspiration for sinister and macabre twists, we are treated to the peek behind the curtain to why crime fiction is so appealing to Tom. About See How They Run - it's often said that when tragedy strikes, the victims were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. But not Harry and Alice French.
Exclusive to Audible, an interview with Carl Vernon, author of Anxiety Rebalance. Anxiety Rebalance is Carl Vernon's personal experience of overcoming 15 years of crippling anxiety. In this online best seller, Carl combines a compelling account of his experience with the answers he found, including the 10 key actions that helped him achieve balance.
How do you live your life when everything you do is meaningless and forgotten? What is a life worth? And what really is perfection? Claire’s first novel, The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August, the extraordinary journey of one unforgettable character who lives his life over and over again, became a best seller and was selected for the Richard and Judy Book Club, the Waterstones Book Club and the Radio 2 Book Club.
Celebrated French crime writer Pierre Lemaitre and his English language translator Frank Wynne join us for an exclusive interview in the Audible Studios. In November 2014 Pierre won the top literary prize in France - the Prix Goncourt - for his novel Au revoir là-haut. His latest novel is a dark and disturbing thriller called Blood Wedding.
Best-selling romance writer S. C. Stephens talks about her work, her inspiration and her new novel Thoughtful.
In this exclusive interview at Audible Studios in London, Chris Cleave provides an insight into how he as an author constructs his novels. He describes how he made Everyone Brave Is Forgiven as authentic as possible, the painstaking research and adding his own personal touches.
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Jocelyn is principal of an organisation called Seven Learnings, and in her new book, The Greats of Leadership, she shows us how we can take inspiration in the workplace from some rather unexpected sources.
Exclusive interview with Clare Mackintosh, author of I Let You Go. Clare discusses with Robin Morgan the success of her debut novel, and talks a little about her new book I See You.
Dan Vyleta joins Robin Morgan in the Audible Studios to discuss his latest novel, Smoke.
Exclusive to Audible. Tracy Borman, author of the best-selling biography of Thomas Cromwell, takes us behind the scenes to reveal the intimate secrets of the Tudor court and the private lives of Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth I and more. If you could follow Henry VIII as he left the court and went to his private chambers, what would you see? Focusing on the daily routines of iconic royalty, Tracy Borman reveals the truth behind the glamorous exterior.
Pam St Clement is nothing short of a national treasure. We know her best for her role as Pat Butcher in BBC's Eastenders, and in a celebration of the character's penchant for earrings, she has written and narrated an autobiography entitled End of an Earring. She talks to Robin Morgan about her experience whilst writing and recording her biography.
Emma Gannon, internet sensation and author of the lifestyle and writing blog Girl Lost in the City, visits the Audible Studios to discuss her first book. As a blogger, author, speaker and digital consultant, she’s worked for loads of creative agencies, newspapers and magazines, launched a podcast and now written her debut non-fiction book for young adults called Ctrl Alt Delete: How I Grew up Online.
Exclusive interview. Daniel joins us to discuss Britain's War: Volume 1, Into Battle, 1937-1941.
Audible exclusive. Join Virginia in the studios discussing the last book in the Marie Sharp series. A series about a 60-year-old granny who lives in Shepard's Bush - 'like an elderly Bridget Jones's Diary'. Talking about her journey as an author, from her early 20s to the stand-up comedian come agony aunt she is today, we are treated to some great insights.
Harry Parker comes from a long line of military men. He joined the British Army at 23, served in Iraq in 2007 and in Afghanistan in 2009. It was whilst on night patrol in Afghanistan that he had an accident which resulted in an IED explosion and the loss of both his legs. As well as completing a postgraduate degree in fine art, Harry has channeled the emotional and physical trauma of the accident into an impressive debut novel, Anatomy of a Soldier.
Julia Heaberlin visits the Audible Studios to talk about her latest book, Black Eyed Susans. To write this disturbing thriller Julia conducted thorough research into mitochondrial DNA, death penalty law and child psychology.
Audible exclusive. Author Helen Callaghan joins us to talk about her debut, Dear Amy. A thriller set in Cambridge about an agony aunt who starts receiving letters from a missing girl. Full of secrets, suspense and an air of mystery, the book will keep you gripped. About the book: Bethan Avery has been missing for years. Margot Lewis is the agony aunt for The Cambridge Examiner. Her advice column, Dear Amy, gets all kinds of letters - but none like the one she's just received....
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