Pauline Rowson entertains the audience at Yate Library

I was delighted to meet such an enthusiastic audience at Yate Library, South Gloucestershire (near Bristol) on Monday 22 September when I talked about the process of writing a crime novel, the inspiration behind the DI Andy Horton series and my standalone crime novels, In Cold Daylight and In For The Kill.

Pauline Rowson talking about her crime novels to the audience at Yate Library

Yate is famous these days as being the birthplace of J. K. Rowling although strictly speaking she was born in Chipping Sodbury Maternity Hospital on the outskirts of Yate.  Once a market town Yate, in the 1960s, became a booming new town with the massive development of houses, a large retail shopping area, sports and leisure complex together with public buildings, including the library, which has recently had a major make over and is a very impressive and vibrant building.

Pauline Rowson explaining how she writes her crime novels to the audience at Yate Library

I was made very welcome at Yate by the lovely library staff and the audience who listened enraptured as I took them through the process of how I plan and plot my crime novels.

Pauline Rowson explaining the inspiration behind her thriller, In Cold Daylight

This was followed by a very lively question and answer session, a book signing and refreshments. My thanks to the library staff for organising the event and to the audience for turning up.

Pauline Rowson explaining the process of how she plots and plans her crime novels

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