There’s a childrens’ literature theme to this edition of Bookmark. Inbali Iserles, award-winning writer of the Foxcraft trilogy, talks about the challenges of plotting over three books and writing from a fox’s point of view. YA author, Julian Sedgwick, discusses how it feels to have finally completed his Ghosts of Shanghai trilogy. And Rosemary Hayes, explains what inspires the wide range of topics covered in her books, both fiction and non-fiction. Leigh Chambers presents.
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