Diamond Crime Authors Zoom Call
|Event Type:||Author interviews|
|Event Organiser:||Diamond Books (Publisher)|
|Other Links:|| https://diamondbooks.co.uk|
As part of the National Crime Reading Month organised by the CWA, Wales and West based publisher, Diamond Crime, is inviting crime readers to spend an hour on 24th June at 6.30pm, Zooming with three of its authors who are ready and willing to answer all your questions on the joys and agonies of writing crime novels. So if you want to know what makes a crime novelist tick, where their ideas come from, why they want to write about the evil in society, how they learn about police procedures, how their books are researched, how long they take to write, how they work out plot points, just book a ticket through the Eventbrite link below.
The authors are:
Jacqueline Harrett is a former teacher with a passion for oral storytelling, she has also written books for teachers and published collections of short fiction in anthologies and on line. Jacqui joined Diamond Crime with a classic police procedural, “The Nesting Place”, introducing South Wales detective, D.I. Mandy Wilde.
Gwyneth Steddy, originally from Omagh, Co Tyrone and now living in South Wales. Winner of the First Novel Prize from Crime Cymru for her book, Do Sleeping Dogs Lie? published by Diamond Crime. Her crime novels are set in West Tyrone, a place she says will be forever be home, a beautiful, and much overlooked part of the world.
Thorne Moore, who lives in Pembrokeshire on the site of a medieval manor with a great view of the stars. Thorne writes psychological thrillers, science fiction, and historical mysteries – A Time for Silence was a People’s Book Prize finalist, and Bookseller Top Ten best seller. Her first novel for Diamond Crime was Fatal Collision.
The Moderator will be Diamond Crime author, Gail B Williams, the CWA libraries champion for Wales and author of the recently published Diamond Crime thriller Breaking Free.
Ticket numbers are limited to 30.
Questions can be emailed in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org or asked on the night.
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