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As far as best-selling authors go, Marian Keyes pretty much rules the roost. As one of the most successful Irish novelists of all time, she has sold over 22 million books to date and has penned 10 novels in the past 10 years alone.

In this video exclusively available to Stylist, Marian discusses which other authors inspire her (think Anne Tyler and Philippa Gregory), her feelings on the e-book revolution and why she can't get enough of Twitter.

Take a look at what she has to say in the video, below...

Marian's latest novel, The Mystery of Mercy Close, is out now

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