Burning questions

Question MarkWe’re all very excited about Mark’s visit next week, hope you are too. Places are booking up nicely but there is still room if you’d like to come – if you haven’t yet booked your place, please do (it’s free! You just need to give your name and an email address) as there will be wine and nibbles and we don’t want anyone to miss out.

We’ll be videoing the event for those who can’t make it, and tweeting through it for our Twitter followers, with the hashtag #TextTribe12.

Whether you’ll be there or not, but especially if not, please let us know what you’d like to ask Mark. Add a comment to this post and we’ll have a list ready for him on the night.

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Posted on November 1, 2012, in Events, Mark Billingham. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. I’d really like to know whether he researched the ‘Alison’ bits by talking to people who had been locked-in or their families, or was it mainly imagining how it might feel to be in that position.

  2. From @yvonneannporter on Twitter:
    whats in that satchel he’s always carrying around?

  3. Is it true that the inspiration for sleepyhead came from the time he was kidnapped and held hostage for a couple of day? If that did happen, how else has he been influenced by that event?

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