Two inspiring children’s authors reveal their passion for sharing stories with Caroline Lindsay
Clare Mackintosh tells Caroline Lindsay why her latest novel is so cathartic.
Imagine being punished for speaking your native tongue. And yet, unbelievably, that’s what happened to Matthew Fitt, who was left dazed and confused by his early years at school in 1970s’ Dundee.
James Oswald combines being a farmer with writing best sellers, discovers Caroline Lindsay
Imagine being blind for most of your life and then, thanks to surgery, suddenly being able to see. It would be the most wonderful thing in the world, right?
Wildlife photographer Andy Howard gets up close and personal to the mysterious mountain hare in his new book.
Author Jeffery Deaver tells Caroline Lindsay what drew him to crime writing in the first place.
Doug Johnstone admits he had a rather strange, circuitous route to becoming an author. Growing up in Arbroath, he went to Edinburgh University to study physics, eventually getting a PhD in nuclear physics.
A unique new picture book for children means it can be enjoyed at the same time as helping their language skills. Caroline Lindsay finds out more
Describing herself as “a bit of a poacher-turned-gamekeeper”, Lucy Foley explains how she came to writing from reading.