Fiona Cassim lives in the hills of Wicklow, Ireland. She has an MA in English Literature from University College Dublin. She contributes to the Irish Times and the Irish Independent. As well as writing, she enjoys reading, eating, and cuddles with her husband Ben and kitten Salem.
Q: Is there a book that you keep going back to, and if so, how many times have you read it?
A: The Firm by John Grisham – I love his plot weaving. I’ve read it about 25 times!
Q: What is the least interesting part of writing for you?
A: The ending – wrapping it all up can be a challenge!
Q: Who is your personal inspiration?
A: Stephen King and Marian Keyes.
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