Kate Russell started writing about technology, gaming, and the internet in 1995, and for over a decade has been a regular face on the BBC’s flagship technology programme Click. In 2014 she published her first novel ‘Elite: Mostly Harmless’. Her latest novel ‘A Bookkeeper’s Guide to Practical Sorcery’ is young adult/teen fiction with the audiobook version read by The Archers actor Charles Collingwood.
Julia Heaberlin is an award-winning journalist who has edited numerous real-life thriller stories, as well as writing the Radio 2 Book Club pick ‘Black Eyed Susans’ The follow-up ‘Paper Ghosts’ is about a photographer who may or may not have dementia, and he may or may not be a serial killer.
Derek B. Miller is the director of The Policy Lab and has worked in International Affairs with the UN, governments and think tanks for the past twenty years. He is the author of the novels ‘Norwegian by Night’ and ‘The Girl in Green’ His latest ‘American by Day’ is set in upstate New York during the 2008 election season. It’s a thrilling race-against-time crime story, and a personal journey through grief.
Sue Roberts has always wanted to write a novel. Her debut ‘My Big Greek Summer’ is now out. It’s a feel good romantic comedy about second chances set on a sun-drenched Greek island.