Hello and welcome to ‘In Suspense’, a brand new video and audio podcast for anyone interested in crime fiction, and in particular, psychological suspense. I’m Lesley Kara, author of The Rumour and Who Did You Tell and my co-host is Lauren North, author of The Perfect Betrayal (or 'The Perfect Son' if you’re in America!) and her latest novel, One Step Behind.In each episode we’ll be discussing a particular topic of writing or book-related interest and also interviewing a wide range of authors, both established and debut. We also hope to include the occasional focus on an indie author who has caught our attention.We are both very new to the video podcasting game so please bear with us in these early episodes while we get to grips with the format and more importantly, the technology! We hope you enjoy it! Lesley x
S3, episode 1: Writing as a second career
A podcast and vodcast for fans and writers of crime fiction.In today's episode we're talking to New York Time best seller, BA Paris, on her latest book, The Therapist, and discussing Writing as a Second Career.
S2, episode 6: Violence in crime fiction. How much is too much?
A new podcast and vodcast for fans and writers of crime fiction. For our final episode in the series we chat to the amazing Nadine Matheson about her debut novel The Jigsaw Man, the first in a new grisly crime series, and discuss violence in crime...
S2, episode 5: The highs and lows of a writing career particularly during the pandemic
A brand new video podcast for fans and writers of crime fiction.This week we're talking about the highs and lows of a writing career particularly during the pandemic. Our guest is best selling author Jack Jordan.
S2, episode 4: Fresh takes on classic thriller concepts
A video podcast for fans and writers of crime fiction.In this episode we chat to New York Times best seller, Sarah Pearse, about her debut novel The Sanitorium, and what it means to find a fresh take on a classic thriller concept.
S2, episode 3: Setting and Culture
A new podcast and vodcast for fans and writers of crime fiction. In this episode we're talking about setting and culture in fiction with the amazing Trisha Sakhlecha, author of Your Truth or Mine? and Can You See Me Now?
S2, episode 2: Research vs. Writing What You Know
Welcome to episode 2, series 2 of In Suspense, a podcast for fans and writers of crime fiction. In today's episode we're talking about research vs. writing what you know. Our guest today is former British top ten freestyle snowboarder and debut novelist...
Cannot wait for season 2!
This podcast is like sitting down to a cup of coffee with friends. Always informative. The hosts really know their craft. Highly recommend this one.
Excellent new podcast
Short first season, but I’ve already learned so much. Please keep it up.