All month, we've been searching for the next JK Rowling or EL James in our Be A Bestseller competition.
Over 4000 wannabe authors applied sending in the first 3,000 words of their novel. Our team sifted through the applications ending up at today's five finalists.
And it's an incredible prize. The winner will receive a six-month place on the Curtis Brown creative writing course and also representation for that novel with Curtis Brown.
Before we reveal our chosen author, we find out what our judges thought of each of our finalists... and then it's time for Caroline Quentin to reveal the winner!
This weekend garden centres and nurseries across the country will receive their deliveries of fresh Christmas trees for the season! But how do you know which one to buy?
David Domoney talks us through how to choose the best live tree for our living rooms, and how to look after it once we've bought it. And if you don't fancy spending January picking up pine needles, then he's selected the most realistic artificial trees too.
Should we do away with gender specific toys? Perhaps you are a parent who doesn't think it's right to buy their son a doll or their daughter a toy truck?
Donna Hay, bestselling cookbook author from Australia, shares four of her beautifully crafted festive food gift ideas, including brownies and cookies.
So, if you're stuck for an idea of what to give someone this Christmas, you'll certainly put a smile on their face with these delicious and unique creations.
It's the final day of This Morning's Be A Best Seller competition, and all week we have been meeting our finalists hoping for the chance to win a place on a creative writing course and representation from The Curtis Brown Agency for their winning novel.
Today we meet Katy Wilson, who is hoping her entry So I Run can secure her our life-changing prize.
Over 4,000 people applied to This Morning's Be A Best Seller competition, all budding authors and hoping for the chance to win a place on a creative writing course and publisher representation for their novel. Today we meet the last two of our finalists, and first up it's Caroline Tudor, who has written The Replacements.
Emulating one of the most iconic roles in cinema history, on two separate occasions Phillip and Eamonn 'donned' their best Marlon Brando impersonations to become The Godfather.
We'll leave you to decide who did it best. We're too scared to say, lest we wake up with a horse's head in our beds.
More from Throwback Thursday
To celebrate Book Month, This Morning launched its first-ever book competition to search for a brand new name in novel writing. On 4 November, a panel of judges including award-winning Irish novelist Marian Keyes, presenter and actress Caroline Quentin and agent and joint CEO of Curtis Brown Jonny Geller were given the task of finding a writing superstar in the making.
Over the past few weeks thousands of entrants sent in their works in the hopes of winning the grand prize, a six-month writing course and representation by award-winning literary agency Curtis Brown.
Throughout the week we have been hearing from some of the finalists and today we have all five finalists together for the first time. By the end of the show the winner and two runners up will be announced, and a new literary star will be born!