I’ve written before about my uncanny (and unwanted) habit of writing plot lines that have a tendency to come true. From the ban on travel from Muslim countries in A House Divided (attempted by Trump long after I first wrote it), to the murder of a politician called Jo in a book I simply didn’t have the stomach […]
The Festival of Writers aims to change writers’ lives by introducing them to agents. For me, it worked a little differently.
Sidekicks often turn out to be readers’ favourite characters. That’s exactly what happened to Rita Gurumurthy, the rebellious teacher in the Division Bell trilogy.
How can I write faster AND be more healthy? It’s a challenge, but one I’m determined to crack.
Can Jennifer trust her new friend Catherine Moore? Find out more about her in this post.
What’s it like to be strip searched on your way into prison? I found out as part of my research for Divide And Rule.
Will Jennifer triumph? Will she be able to protect and reunite her family? Find out in Divide and Rule, Book 2 in the Division Bell trilogy.
It’s odd that when you browse the political thriller charts on Amazon, you get something very different from what you see on TV. I want to change that!
I’m hooked. It’s rare to find a TV programme so good that I set a date in my mental diary to watch it live. Doctor Who, Game of Thrones, the occasional sporting event. Everything else gets streamed. Even Bake Off (although only since it moved to Channel 4). But Bodyguard, currently showing on Sunday nights […]
A profile of Jennifer Sinclair, protagonist of A House Divided