Louise Doughty is the author of nine novels, most recently Platform Seven, set on Peterborough Railway Station. Her previous book, Black Water, was nominated as one of the New York Times Book Review Top 100 Notable Books of 2016. Her bestseller, Apple Tree Yard, has sold over half a million copies in the UK alone and has been translated in thirty territories worldwide. A four-part TV adaptation with Emily Watson in the lead role was broadcast on Sunday nights on BBC1. Her sixth novel, Whatever You Love, was shortlisted for the Costa Novel Award and longlisted for the Orange Prize for Fiction. She has also won awards for radio drama and short stories, along with publishing one work of non-fiction, A Novel in a Year, based on her popular newspaper column. She is a critic and cultural commentator for UK and international newspapers and broadcasts regularly for the BBC and has been the judge for many prizes and awards including the Man Booker Prize and the Costa Novel Award. She lives in London.

See her website here or find her on Twitter @DoughtyLouise