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In another life, I’d love to have been a clockmaker.
It’s not enough that a clock is a beautiful object, it also has to work – it needs to keep accurate time, month after month.

This is what attracted me to screenwriting, which is where I started as a professional writer. Screenplays have to tell moving, exciting, engaging stories, but they are also incredibly complex and very technical machines that are blueprints for the entire production.

When I ventured into the world of novel writing, I tried to bring some of the lessons I’d learnt in screenwriting with me…

High Concept
I always try to find a big idea to put at the heart of a novel.
It needs to be complex enough to resonate with different characters and situations, but it also needs to be
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“That was Cappa's great talent: knowing everyone's weakness.”
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“He looked at them the way the street chess players looked at their pieces, assessing which could be sacrificed and which had to be protected, endlessly running through the permutations of power.”
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