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Ghost Song, by Sarah Rayne

November 5, 2013

Sarah Rayne Interview Excerpt: Scary Things

A little over a week ago we spoke with Sarah Rayne over Skype. Maggie interviewed Sarah about her writing, focusing primarily on the psychological thrillers that we have been highlighting here these past couple of weeks. Their conversation ranged from a discussion on the power of buildings to history as inspiration for plots, to the role that music plays in Sarah’s books. At the end, given the approach of Halloween, Maggie asked Sarah to talk about what she found scary. Below is that excerpt from the interview. We will be bringing you more from the interview over this week and next. We hope you enjoy hearing Sarah talk as much as we did.

 

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  1. Sarah Rayne Interview Excerpt: Spooky Houses - November 11, 2013

    […] Buildings play such a powerful role in many of Sarah Rayne’s books, with a menacing presence that renders them almost alive (an example of this would be Mortmain House in A Dark Dividing). And one of the interesting things about the buildings is that unlike the menacing buildings in Stephen King’s books, for instance, there is no initial presentation of these buildings as ordinary, as anything other than broodingly malevolent. We asked Sarah to talk about why buildings feature so prominently in her writing, and if there had been a building that scared her as a child. See also the first part of our interview. […]

  2. Sarah Rayne Interview: The Sound of History - November 12, 2013

    […] she told us about the inspiration for her novel Ghost Song. Catch the rest of our interview here and […]

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