Audible Exclusive. Liane Moriarty drops by to talk about her career.
Exclusive interview with Sarah Vaughan on the release of her second novel.
"Not who I thought"
Exclusive to Audible. Join Alison Weir in the studios talking about her ambitious six part series - Six Tudor Queens. Explaining the process of writing a historical novel and how her passion was first ignited, we are given a glimpse into what it takes to write about well-known but often misunderstood historical figures. Alison Weir is a British writer of history books, and latterly historical novels, mostly in the form of biographies about British royalty.
"I LOVE ALISON WEIR!!!"
Mark Dawson talks about his career as a self-published author. Providing an insight into not only his books and the marketing behind them but the process of getting them onto the Audible site. Mark also discusses the challenges of writing a crime series, how he keeps it original and how he keeps consistency throughout his work.
"Interview with self publishing megastar"
Audible exclusive. 'For me writing was a way of making sense of the world.' John Connolly joins us in the studios to discuss books, authors and the lure of writing. John Connolly is an Irish writer who is best known for his series of novels starring private detective Charlie Parker.
Jackie Kabler is a much-loved television presenter and reporter, who has worked on GMTV, ITN News, BBC and now QVC. She has most recently turned her hand to writing crime novels, and the first two books in her Cora Baxter mystery series are available on Audible. She joins Robin Morgan in the Audible Studios to tell us more.
Exclusive discussion with Dione Venables, editor of a brand new collection of George Orwell poetry, and Greg Wise, actor and narrator.
Maajid Nawaz joins Robin Morgan in the Audible Studios for an exclusive interview. Maajid Nawaz is the author of Radical, an Amazon number one best-selling memoir which details his journey into and out of Islamic extremism. Maajid was imprisoned in Egypt for his involvement with the Islamist activist group Hizb ut-Tahrir; the four years he spent inside changed his views immeasurably.
Paul Cornell joins Robin Morgan in the Audible Studios to discuss his latest novel in the Who Killed Sherlock Holmes? series. Paul Cornell is best known for his work on the BBC television programme Doctor Who. A dedicated fan who worked his way up from fan fiction to eventually writing for the show itself, Cornell is also the creator of Bernice Summerfield, the companion to the 7th Doctor with a spinoff line of books and audio plays that go back 20 years.
Exclusive to Audible. Author of over 30 novels, three collections of short stories and a nonfiction law book - we invite Jeffery Deaver to the studios. Discussing his latest novel, The Steel Kiss, we are introduced to the often complex world of Lincoln Rhyme. Deaver explains his writing process, how the series has evolved and the research he has to undergo to write his gripping thrillers.
Hugh Fraser is a man of many talents. He will probably be best known to you as an actor; he played Captin Hastings to David Suchet’s Poirot on over forty occasions. But he’s also been a musician and a composer and now, having narrated over 90 Agatha Christie audiobooks, he’s writing his own crime fiction. Hugh visits the Audible Studios to discuss his crime series, his pedigree as an audiobook narrator, and his time starring in the Inspector Maigret TV adaptations.
"Hugh Frazer is delightful but the interviewer is dreadful"
Ukranian born Marina Lewycka has published several novels to great public and critical acclaim. Her debut novel, A Short History of Tractors in Ukranian set her unique comic tone, and her latest novel, The Lubetkin Legacy, keeps this distinct voice alive. Marina talks dark comedy, entertainment, the elderly and a bedroom tax.
Jeanette Winterson joins Robin Morgan in the Audible Studios in this exclusive interview. Jeanette discusses her latest collection of short stories (and recipes) for Christmas and the experience of recording audiobooks and shares some recommendations from her own library.
"Interview with Author Jeanette Winterson"
Dreda Say Mitchell visits the Audible Studios; she is a novelist, broadcaster, journalist and champion of education for working class children. She talks about her upcoming crime series which follows one family over forty years on an East London estate - the first book in the series is called Blood Sister.
Exclusive to Audible. Helen Simonson visits the Audible studios to talk about her latest release, The Summer Before the War.
"More like this!"
Exclusive! Anthony Ryan talks to Robin Morgan about his new series, Draconis Memoria.
David Jackson visits the Audible Studios to talk about his career as a crime thriller author; where he get his ideas from, how he choose between writing a series or a standalone nove, why he picked Liverpool for his latest novel, and much more!
Kate Rhodes is a self-professed crime novel enthusiast who loves nothing better than a free afternoon accompanied by a rousing novel from the classical and contemporary crime genres. Her own crime novels feature a forensic psychologist called Alice Quentin who finds herself caught up in a succession of gruesome murders. The latest in the Alice Quentin series is A Killing of Angels.
Audible Exclusive. Maggie O'Farrell joins us to talk about This Must Be the Place....
Lindsey Davis drops by the Audible Studios to talk about her career as a historical novelist; how she develop her characters, how historically accurate are they, where her inspiration come from and more.