Author Interviews

23 June 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Virginia Bergin

I never thought I’d get published. I grew up thinking that ‘people like me don’t become writers’. I work best at night. I like to work when it’s dark and ...

23 June 2017

What Comes After Feminism? Author Margi Ross Has The Answer!

It’s the Conscious Feminine! Women often ask me ‘What is the Feminine?’ The Feminine is an equal and opposite reality to the Masculine but it’s not represented as such within ...

22 June 2017

Review: Spark Joy By Marie Kondo

Spark Joy is the second book by Marie Kondo and goes more in depth into one of her key concepts- sparking joy. In other words, everything you own should give ...

22 June 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Theodora Goss

I was born in Hungary during the Communist era. I still have old black and white photographs of myself playing in my grandparents' apartment in Budapest, where they had moved ...

22 June 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Kat French

I love spending time alone. Lots of people I know tell me that they hate being by themselves, but it's something I really value and need. I love and adore ...

22 June 2017

10 Things Author P G Ronane Wants His Readers To Know About Him

I served a Police Officer for 30 years, most of which was spent as a detective in the inner -city areas of Liverpool. From a cultural point of view, I ...

21 June 2017

How To Shop Like A Londoner

Want to know where to find a vast collection of vintage Yves Saint Laurent? Or to know where Winston Churchill bought his cigars? Ask a Londoner. There is no population ...
21 June 2017

10 Things Dressmaking Has Given Me

I cannot remember a time when I didn’t know how to sew. That’s a bold statement I realise but it’s true. I have been sewing since I was 5 or ...

21 June 2017

Exclusive Extract From Strong By Zanna Van Dijk

People often hear the phrase ‘self love’ and cringe. I want to change that. Self-love is a huge part of a healthy mindset. How can you expect to care for ...

20 June 2017

My Ten Favourite Siblings In Fiction And Why By Alison Jameson

I have loved writing about sibling tension in my new novel, This Family of Things, and here are my favourite fictional siblings (in no particular order) whose stories I have ...

20 June 2017

10 Things To Include In Your Action Plan For Love

Ar'nie Krogh is Love Coach, Relationship Architect and Positive Communicator and to celebrate the release of her new book The Architect of Love: Your Perfect Relationship Starts Here, she tells you ...

20 June 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Susanne Burge

Upon the release of her new book Without Borders- Syria- author Susanne Burge tells us a little bit about herself.  ...

20 June 2017

Ghost Writer By Arabella Kingsley

In 2010 I wrote a historical romance novel about a handsome Victorian English Vampire Lord.  I really enjoyed writing about his exploits and I have to confess I rather fell ...

20 June 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Isabella Davidson

Before I became a writer, I worked as a doctor for the NHS. But when my first daughter was born and I returned back to work, I didn’t think I ...

19 June 2017

Alison Umminger Discusses Her New Book 'My Favourite Manson Girl'

What makes a character likable? I’m probably the wrong person to ask, because as a reader, I abided Humbert Humbert’s sick fascination with little girls, Raskolnikov’s homicidal mania, and Holden ...

19 June 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Linda Smolkin

Upon the release of her new novel Among the Branded, author Linda Smolkin tells us a little more about the woman behind the book. One of my best life experiences ...

16 June 2017

Lyra Byrnes Discusses Her New Book 'Domination'

When people find out I’m a writer, they say often say, “I’d love to write if I had the time/discipline/talent. I have a story/a million stories/a great idea.” While I’d ...

16 June 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Tom Rachman

I have a strange accent. Born in London, raised in Vancouver, I hardly know how words will come out until I say them. In Canada, people claim I have a ...

16 June 2017

5 Ways to Live Large By Elizabeth B. Crook

Most of us find ourselves hustling at work for that next promotion or raise. But there are plenty of people with an impressive job title and large bank account balance ...

15 June 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Emma Curtis

Upon the release of her new novel One Little Mistake, author Emma Curtis tells us a little bit more about the author behind the books.  ...

15 June 2017

A Day In The Life Of Me By Pam Weaver

It’s morning. It’s daylight. The clock says three a.m. I roll over in bed my mind buzzing. I’ve got a scene from my book in my head. There’s something there ...

15 June 2017

A Day In The Life Of Me By Milly Adams

Last week, as I copy edited my next novel, coffee beckoned. I sprang up, caught my foot, whacked into the kitchen arch. Crash. Came ‘to’ unable to move - one ...

15 June 2017

A Day In The Life Of Me By Author Angela Clarke

I don’t lead a very routine life. That makes me sound cool. Like I’m a spontaneous free spirit. I think it’s more truthful to say I’m disorganised. And erratic. My ...

15 June 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Ed Gorman

Writing a book about my experiences was part of the healing process. It took me 28 years to finally find the peace of mind and clarity of mind to start ...

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