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'It's an adrenaline rush'

11 January 2016

‘Once I get an idea in my head it's an adrenaline rush, and I'm racing to get to the end. I think fast and write fast. It sounds uncreative, but I write from 9-5, four days a week. I have two kids and have had to be very structured. I start a book every January, it's due in June, I edit during the summer and it's published during the autumn. Every year. This year and next, I have two books out, which is a bit mental.'

Cecelia Ahern, author of PS I love You and The Marble Collector in the Telegraph's Stella