A Conversation About Addiction and the Family Dynamic
Authors Jessica Lahey and Lynne Reeves Griffin have an open discussion on writing complicated realities, the intersection of memoir and nonfiction, and more.
Joy Castro: On Ambitious Characters in Literary Fiction
Multi-award-winning author Joy Castro discusses the confluence of events and genres that led to writing her new literary thriller, Flight Risk.
Wanda M. Morris: On the Characters That Won’t Leave Us
Author Wanda M. Morris discusses the real-life incident that inspired her new thriller novel, All Her Little Secrets.
Robert J. Lloyd: On Traditionally Publishing a Self-Published Thriller
Author Robert Lloyd discusses the process of traditionally publishing his previously self-published historical thriller, The Bloodless Boy
Colleen Cambridge: On Honoring the Golden Age of Detective Fiction
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Colleen Cambridge discusses the process of writing her new mystery novel, Murder at Mallowan Hall.
Christopher Parker: On Learning to Let Go in the Publishing Process
Author Christopher Parker discusses how he celebrated small victories in writing his debut novel, The Lighthouse.
Clare Chambers: On Starting Fresh and Switching Gears
Award-winning author Clare Chambers discusses the fear and excitement of switching genre gears in her new historical fiction novel, Small Pleasures.
Mark Anthony: On Destigmatizing Paranormal Communication
Author Mark Anthony hopes to educate and normalize paranormal communication with his new spirituality book, The Afterlife Frequency.
Margaret Verble: On Combining Facts and Imagination in Historical Fiction.
Pulitzer Prize-finalist Margaret Verble discusses the process of writing her new historical fiction novel, When Two Feathers Fell from the Sky.
Rhys Bowen: On Knowing Your Characters Inside and Out
New York Times bestselling author Rhys Bowen discusses how knowing her characters so well made for an easier writing process in her new book, God Rest Ye Royal Gentlemen.
Marjorie B. Kellogg: On Climate Fiction as Its Own Genre
Author Marjorie B. Kellogg discusses the decade-long process of writing her new science fiction/climate fiction novel, Glimmer.