Rebecca Whitney studied Creative Arts at Nottingham Trent University. After working for a record company she switched to film production, moving up from tea girl to producer, and making music videos and documentaries. Since relocating to Brighton, she has completed the Creative Writing Certificate at Sussex University, and now lives and writes by the sea with her husband and two children. Discover more @RebeccaJWhitney and www.rebeccawhitney.co.uk
Is it just us, or is there something terrifyingly compelling about reading books about psychopaths? Do we enjoy the insight into a fictional mind that's wired completely differently to our own? Or is the truly terrifying part that we can often identify with these characters on some level? Dar...
'When you read a book, the story definitely happens inside your head. When you listen, it seems to happen in a little cloud all around it.' - Robin Sloan, Mr Penumbra's 24-hour Bookstore.
In mid-July, the Pan Macmillan crime team (authors included) made their way to the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival, Harrogate. For some of our authors, it was their first time at the festival.
Five films that have been an inspiration for The Liar's Chair by Rebecca Whitney.
Rebecca Whitney, author of The Liar's Chair, picks her favourite quotes to inspire the writer inside of you.
The unreliable narrator is a crime fiction staple, creating plot twists and turns which are impossible to predict and leaving the reader with no-one to trust as events unravel. Here are our five most unreliable narrators.
Rebecca Whitney, author of psychological thriller The Liar's Chair, investigates why we find thrillers so compelling to read.
Think ruthless criminals, corrupt cops, obsessive love and the villainy that operates on both sides of the law.
We're all guilty of sticking with what we know. Whether it be ordering the same thing from the menu every time you go out for dinner, or walking the exact same route to the bus stop every day. The familiar is certainly comforting. But what happens when you take a chance on something new? ...
These are all writers and books I admire greatly, that create deep mood with beautiful prose and fascinating story.
@Snellington Ridiculously cute!
by @RebeccaJWhitney - 27 days ago
@missbarton The Confidence Trick resonated on so many levels - thank you x
by @RebeccaJWhitney - one month ago
@territrimble @alex_hourston @taniatay88 @AnnetteCaseley @SusanSandercock It was really lovely to meet you all. Tha… https://t.co/nHDv3mMkVi
@alex_hourston Very much looking forward to reading this!
by @RebeccaJWhitney - 3 months ago
Music not words, my @PortEliotFest set @Amateurism @Hole_and_Corner. The muddiest fun I've ever had! https://t.co/9ldUBkxltS #NowPlaying
by @RebeccaJWhitney - 4 months ago
A Spotify playlist from my set at this year's Port Eliot. Not words but music. I had such fun x
by @rebeccawhitneywriter - 4 months ago
I'll be playing some of my favourite writing tracks at Port Elliot in the Hole and Corner tent, this...
My good friend and fantastic writer, Alex Houston, and I are taking part in this Authors for Grenfel...
by @rebeccawhitneywriter - 5 months ago
Happy New Year!! Thanks Lucy V Hay for this interview to kick start my new writing year.
by @rebeccawhitneywriter - 11 months ago
Kick start your creative writing after the summer holidays. Last call for this character class I'm r...
by @rebeccawhitneywriter - one year ago
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