L.A. Larkin is a British-Australian writer and writing teacher. She likes adventures, dogs, long strolls along Antarctica, and tormenting characters. The themes of isolation, jeopardy, and lack of backup, are prevalent in L.A. Larkin’s works.
Two of her works are Antarctica noir, yet a third is set somewhere considerably hotter, Zimbabwe. Her works include:
The Genesis Flaw, published through Hachette, and nominated for four awards.
Thirst, published through Hachette.
Devour, also published through Hachette, with the sequel Prey coming soon.
L.A. Larkin also publishes pet detective books under the name Louisa Bennet. Monty and Me is published through HarperCollins.
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Exciting additional note, L.A. Larkin’s book Devour is the one Jason Stegersaurussex accidentally said arse for instead of ice, on JByrne’s Book Club. It had him and BLaw giggling for ages at the slip-up, the arse and giggling had to be cut from the show because of time constraints. Relive that episode here.
I attended Crime & Thrills with 5 Sydney Authors which L.A. Larkin was a speaker at so have some extra Larkin details to add.
She likes to work in her pyjamas. Come on ATO, make pyjamas tax deductible. They’re uniform for writers.
She has found writing to be a journey of courage against external and internal critics.
She loves starting to work at 7am because that’s when her mind is freshest and her ideas are the best.
She reads every review. That includes Amazon and Good Reads. Your reviews are being reviewed.
She gets so inside her characters head that she has nightmares.
She never pitched to a publisher, she went straight to trying to get an agent.
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