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"Sue Cook is one of the UK├óÔéÔäós most experienced broadcasters. TV viewers know her from BBC shows such as Crimewatch UK, the annual Children in Need appeal and Holiday.
To radio listeners she├óÔéÔäós been a familiar voice since the 70s.
Sue is now a successful writer. Her first novel, On Dangerous Ground was published in 2006 and her second, Force of Nature in 2009. Both novels are published by Headline Review. She is currently writing her third novel at the same time as adapting On Dangerous Ground for a film of the same title.
Sue also writes non-fiction for various tourist and travel magazines and has just finished co-writing a book for the Sultan of Brunei celebrating the 40th anniversary of his long and peaceful reign over Brunei Darussalam.
She devised and runs the popular radio show 'The Write Lines' for BBC Oxford (www.thewritelines.co.uk) offering writers support from blank page to bookshelf and beyond. The show can be found on Twitter as @thewritelines.
Ghostwriter, Make personal appearances, Write for magazines/newspapers, Give talks and readings to adults, Write reviews, Journalist and broadcaster, Voice-over artist, Provide editing services
Film criticism, Media, Psychoanalysis & Related, Radio, Travel/Tourism/Guide Books, Psychology, Journalistic Work, Women's Writing, Travel, Film criticism, Media, Psychoanalysis & Related, Radio, Travel/Tourism/Guide Books, Psychology, Journalistic Work, Women's Writing, Travel