M. G. Scarsbrook

Biography

M. G. Scarsbrook is the author of two historical novels and the editor of four literary collections. Since 2011 his books have sold more than 25,000 copies worldwide and been translated into five languages. English editions of his work are sold in paperback, eBook, and audiobook formats at all major online bookstores. A member of the prestigious Crime Writers’ Association and the Society of Authors, he lives in the UK and is working on the next book in the West End Murders series. To learn more, please visit his website: www.mgscarsbrook.com

Smashwords Interview

When did you first realise you wanted to be a writer?
From childhood – I was always writing stories for myself or bringing them to school for teachers to read aloud to my class.
How long does it take you to write a book?
In the past I’ve written the first draft of a novel in about three months, with lots of rewriting and editing to follow. But my last novel took over two years in total – I tend to work slowly now, making sure every sentence and scene are as good as possible before moving on to the next one.
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Where to find M. G. Scarsbrook online


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Books

Dream of the Dead
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 99,380. Language: English. Published: July 18, 2013. Category: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Traditional British
First book in a new mystery series set in London’s exciting West End theatre district…
Poison In The Blood: The Memoirs of Lucrezia Borgia
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 87,800. Language: English. Published: November 5, 2010. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Historical
1497, Renaissance Rome: in their ruthless quest for power, the powerful Borgia family are terrorizing the city, poisoning their enemies. But when Lucrezia Borgia learns that her new husband is next to die, she struggles to help him escape from Rome before the assassins strike. However, as tragedy looms ever closer, she finds herself confronting enemies far more sinister than she ever imagined...

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