By Tania Carver
Sarah Pinborough is, i think, one of the brightest stars in the British crime and horror writing firmaments. In the last few years she has come to prominence in the predominantly male arena of horror fiction. Not content with that, she moved over to crime fiction. She's also written YA novels, fairy stories, historical fiction and for film and TV. If you're on Twitter or Facebook you've probably come across her, likewise if you frequent the bars of West London. She is, for my money, one of the most exciting voices in fiction at the moment. Here's Sarah!
Me: You came to crime fiction with The God Faced Dogs trilogy after a very successful career as a horror novelist. Did you notice much of a difference, either from inside (the community) or outside (how you were perceived)?
Thank you so much for taking the time to do that, Sarah. You can get back on to Twitter now.
And if you've never read her books - what are you waiting for? She's brilliant. That's OK, thank me later.