Welcome to The Epilogue, our quick listen in-betweeny episodes featuring an extra question or topic not covered in our main guest interviews. This week it’s Marnie Riches, and if you haven’t listened to her full interview I highly recommend you check it out here.
For our bonus round, I asked Marnie about self-doubt and how it had an effect on her early attempts to write.
Marnie grew up on a rough estate in Manchester, aptly within sight of the dreaming spires of Strangeways prison.
Having authored the first six books of HarperCollins Children’s Time-Hunters series, her award-winning, best-selling George McKenzie crime thrillers for adults were inspired, in part, by her own youth and time spent in The Netherlands as a student. Her new Manchester series about the criminal underworld of the UK’s second city launched March 2017 with her latest book in that series – The Cover Up – just released and available from all your favourite book sellers.
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