Author Interviews

19 January 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Dylan Young

To celebrate the release of his new book The Silent Girls, author Dylan Young tells us a bit more about the man behind the books.  I began writing a long ...

18 January 2018

Secrets To A Debt-Free Business Education And The Career Of Your Dreams

By Laurie Pickard, author of Don’t Pay for Your MBA Have you ever wondered whether you need an MBA to get ahead in your career? If so, you’ve probably also ...

18 January 2018

What I Learned As A Refugee By Annahita Parsan

Two summers ago, as the news was full of almost daily coverage of refugees on boats hoping to make it to Greece, I was asked to meet with a man ...

18 January 2018

Why I Love Thailand By Frank Hurst

I was very lucky that my work took me to Thailand in the mid-80s. We were investigating Howard Marks (Mr Nice) at the time and my office needed someone to ...
18 January 2018

Eat Your Way To Happiness

Low mood and depression are common problems for many people of all ages. If you struggle with feelings of depression, loss of motivation and enthusiasm, or if you have difficulty ...

17 January 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Lisa Regan

I write crime thrillers but my philosophy in life is Be Kind. You never know what people are dealing with. Sometimes a small kindness can make a huge difference in ...

16 January 2018

5 Good Reasons To Reduce Drinking That Might Surprise You

by Georgia Foster clinical hypnotherapist and leading specialist in overdrinking behaviour. When people decide to reduce their drinking before they start they are already telling themselves ‘it’s going to be ...

16 January 2018

Robert James Collier Discusses His Role In 'Killer By Nature'

Audible, the world’s leading provider of spoken word entertainment, have announced the launch of a new Audible Original, Killer By Nature. Written exclusively for audio by screenwriter and Academy Nicholl ...

15 January 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Non Pratt

My books are not autobiographical… Sometimes when you’re reading a book, it’s tempting to think that the characters on the page are expressing the same opinions as those of the ...

11 January 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Charles Stross

On publication of his new novel, DARK STATE, SF novelist Charles Stross shares ‘10 things I'd like my readers to know about me’ exclusively for Female First.  I'm not fashionable. ...

11 January 2018

How To Get Down To Writing Your Novel

Here’s a harsh fact for anyone who wants to write a novel: if you don’t do it, no one will care. No one but you. The world has not noticed ...

11 January 2018

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

To celebrate the release of her new book The Cover Up, author Marnie Riches shares ten things she'd like us to know about her.  Watch your back. Everyone else will ...

11 January 2018

5 Ways To Know If Someone Is Trying To Kill You

A woman always hopes that her one true love and her best mate will be there for her – loyal and trustworthy and beyond suspicion.   But fast friendships and affairs ...

11 January 2018

10 Things I'd Like my Readers To Know About Me By Richard Parker

Author Richard Parker tells us a little bit about the author behind the books to mark the release of his new novel Keep Her Safe.  How far would you go ...

11 January 2018

11 Little Ways You Can Look After Your Mental Health In January

January comes at you like a freight train. You can’t stop it or slow it down. Any relaxation you felt during Christmas is well and truly over. It’s a new ...

11 January 2018

10 Ways Running Has Been My Saviour

I proved to myself that I could. Running isn’t for me… I’m no runner… I’m not the ‘sporty type’… and so on, and so forth. This was the tired old ...

11 January 2018

Five Days That Changed My Life By Lucy Diamond

Treasure every moment. Life can change in a heartbeat. So says the cover of my new book, On A Beautiful Day – and we can all look back and pinpoint ...

11 January 2018

A Day In The Life Of Me By Author S D Robertson

The first thing that appealed to me about becoming an author was the idea of putting my overactive imagination to good use and making a living from writing stories. The ...

11 January 2018

My Journey Into Low Carb, Healthy Fat Eating

Diagnosed with chronic asthma at five years of age, my childhood was characterised by long periods of bed-rest, drugs and hospitals.  I married Bill, and together we had to weather the storm of my increasing ill health. By ...

10 January 2018

The Power Of Being Human – And How It Can Help You In Relationships

When you’re in a position of authority, it’s tempting to come across as all-powerful. After all, you want to command respect. So you might be a very benign omnipotent being, ...

10 January 2018

My Inspiration For Happiness For Humans By P. Z. Reizin

You see them every time you get on a train. Or sit in Starbucks. You are one of them right now simply by virtue of reading these words. They are ...

10 January 2018

My Life Growing Up On An African Nature Reserve

By Peter Meyer, author of The Boy from the Wild From tree climbing and tag to hide-and-seek and even conkers, some of the simplest pleasures of a British childhood are ...

10 January 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Amy Lloyd

To celebrate the release of her new book The Innocent Wife, author Amy Lloyd tells us a bit about herself.  Amy’s debut novel The Innocent Wife is out now published ...

8 January 2018

Entrepreneurial Recipes For Success

I work as a business coach and mentor to entrepreneurs in a variety of businesses but the majority supply food to UK retailers.  I am also the author of the ...

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