Author Interviews

20 March 2017

My Top Ten Extreme Celebrity Weddings By Wendy Holden

Is there anything better than a really fabulously over-the-top celebrity wedding? I don’t think so, which is why I’ve written a novel about them. Laura Lake And The Hipster Weddings ...

20 March 2017

Ten Insider Tips When Visiting Malaga By Janet Pywell

I lived and worked in Malaga for twenty years and I’ve watched it undergo an amazing and exciting transformation. Back in the early 80s when tourists landed at the airport ...

20 March 2017

Even Fat Girls Can Be Sexy

“It’s all in your head,” is a popular dismissal women get when they have unique health issues doctors can’t diagnose quickly. It’s not unusual for us to have to visit ...

20 March 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Trevor Leck

Living in Telford, Shropshire, Trevor Leck has been dabbling in writing for over fifteen years.  Always a fan of gripping adventure stories he has taken inspiration from his favourite authors, ...

20 March 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Nicola Moriarty

Nicola Moriarty lives in Sydney's north west with her husband and two daughters. In the midst of various career changes, becoming a mum and studying at University, she began to ...

20 March 2017

My Top 10 Tips For Healthier Bakes By Mich Turner

Baking brings a huge amount of pleasure to the baker, the recipient and those sharing in the sweet treats – but how can you ensure your bakes are nutritious, delicious ...

20 March 2017

My Top Ten Tips For Writing A Dystopian Thriller By Alec Birri

Author Alec Birri writes a piece for us upon the recent release of his debut novel, Condition: A Medical Miracle? Alec Birri served thirty years with the UK Armed Forces. ...

20 March 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Patricia Gibney

The Missing Ones by Patricia Gibney came out last week, so to mark its release- the author has kindly revealed ten things she'd like us to know about the person ...

18 March 2017

10 Things I want my readers to know about me by Helen Bridgett

I actually took a WSET qualification in wine tasting and for a short while afterwards tried to comment intelligently on each glass I consumed. Now I'm back to just enjoying ...

16 March 2017

10 Gratitude Rituals By Theresa Cheung

Your daily actions need to be as life affirming as your thoughts. What you do needs to reflect what you think. Your actions need to send out the right signals ...

16 March 2017

10 Things I Want My Readers To Know About Me By Paula Knight

Writing about bad experiences isn’t always cathartic Although the writing process was a conduit for my emotions at times, it hasn’t been ultimately cathartic. After I finished my book, the ...

16 March 2017

Exclusive Extract From When I Was Invisible By Dorothy Koomson

Nika Birmingham, 2016 I’ve been here for hours.
 ...

16 March 2017

My Top 10 Writing Tips By Pooja Puri

1)      Get an agent. Their knowledge and support is invaluable and will give you much more confidence when navigating the publishing industry. 2)      The more you write the better you’ll ...

15 March 2017

10 things I Want My Readers To Know About Me By Miles Russell

Miles Russell graduated from the Institute of Archaeology in 1988 and has spent most of his adult life digging prehistoric and Roman sites. He is the author of 14 books, ...

15 March 2017

10 Things That May Surprise You About Workers In The 19th Century Clothing Trades

Pam Inder spent twenty years working as a curator of costume and textiles in various museums. She also taught history of dress to students at De Montfort and Staffordshire Universities. ...

14 March 2017

What Is A Submissive? By Anarie Brady

Anarie Brady’s grandmother introduced her to the adventures of romantic novels when she was only 12 years old. Naturally, these were very sweet stories. Nonetheless, she was hooked on the ...

13 March 2017

A Day In The Life Of A Celebrity Chef By Lorraine Pascale

I would say the best thing about my day-to-day life is that none are ever the same. I’m very lucky in that I have a job that means I’m rarely ...

13 March 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Dani Atkins

I am congenitally clumsy. I break things. A lot. There is a very good reason why I am married to a mechanic, a man who knows his way around a ...

13 March 2017

10 Reasons Why It’s Never Too Late To Realise Your Dream by Dani Atkins

You wouldn't tell an eighteen-year-old to give up on their dreams, would you? You'd encourage them, tell them to work hard, stay focussed - that anything is possible if you ...

10 March 2017

7 Things I Learned On My Travels To India

Devika A. Rosamund travelled to India to experience the culture, religion and way of life. She has spent must of her life teaching in schools and travelling abroad. Her travel ...

9 March 2017

4 Ways To Include Mindfulness In Your Day

There are many benefits of mindfulness including better sleep, improved immune function and a reduction in stress and anxiety. With all of these benefits you might think that mindfulness must ...

9 March 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Marnie Riches

As today is the release day of her new book- Born Bad, author Marnie Riches shares with us ten things she wants us to know about her.  Ever since I ...

9 March 2017

Confessions Of A Skipper By Janette Benaddi

Taking on the role of skipper of a crew of four very strong women (I include myself here) was always going to be a huge challenge. Some might say that ...

9 March 2017

A Day In the Life Of Colette Dartford

I know writers who set their alarm for five-thirty so they can spend a few uninterrupted hours working on their book before going off to their day job. I am ...

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