Author Interviews

31 May 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Robert A Brown

Robert A. Brown lives with his wife in the West Midlands, where he worked as a teacher until his recent retirement. He enjoys writing and reading his stories to children ...

30 May 2017

How To Tackle Writer’s Block By Cheyenne McCray

I’ll get back to you on the bling part. (Temporarily blinded by something sparkly.) Writer’s block hits authors in different ways. For me, my mind goes completely blank and I ...

30 May 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Deirdre Eustace

Female First? Believe it or not I am actually recorded as ‘Male’ on my Birth Certificate! Yep, in the box opposite ‘Sex’ is a great big ‘M’which apparently nobody noticed ...

30 May 2017

6 Reasons Walking And Real Ales Go Hand In Hand

As Alan Hinkes wrote in the foreword to my book: “It is a tradition among most hillwalkers and climbers to have a refreshing pint or two in the pub at ...

28 May 2017

My Experience Of Life And Motherhood With MS By Patricia Gachagan

Motherhood and Multiple Sclerosis were born together in my life as my immune system attacked itself in error, following the birth of my wonderful baby boy, Elliot. A journey of ...

25 May 2017

Ten Misconceptions About All Girls’ Schools

Dear reader, I cannot speak with much authority about the storage of jam but I can tell you that girls’ schools, at least in Ireland, are – much like society! ...

25 May 2017

Annabel Karmel’s Top 10 Baby-Led Weaning Tips

It’s no surprise that more and more parents are looking to incorporate baby-led weaning into their baby’s routine, with research showing that it can help to reduce fussiness, build confidence ...

24 May 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Christoph Martin

Upon the release of his new book The Expansion- author Christoph Martin tells our readers a little bit about the author behind the books.  Absolutely the best thing that has ...

24 May 2017

How To Retire A Millionaire By Lars Kroijer

Other than the silly “get rich quick” schemes promoted by fraudsters and charlatans, most financial advisors will tell you that the amount of money you retire with depends on how ...

24 May 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Janet Gover

Wedding Bells by the Creek: A Coorah Creek is the new novella by Janet Gover and to celebrate we asked her to tell us a little bit more about the ...

24 May 2017

How Life And Love For Heath Robinson Was Different From Today By Adam Hart-Davis

Comic artist William Heath Robinson was enthusiastic about romance and dating, but finding a partner and getting to know one another was extremely difficult 125 years ago, when he was ...

23 May 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Molly Brodak

I’ve been keeping a journal for almost 30 years now. I use my journal as a wild garden for writing ideas—I sow all kinds of concepts, quotes, stories and facts ...

23 May 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Paul Purnell

Upon the release of his new book The Kazak Contract, Paul Purnell tells us a little bit more about himself.  My last three books were medleys of short stories published ...

23 May 2017

You Write How? By Madison Night

As an author, I’ve often had the following questions posed to me: “Hey Madison, where do your ideas come from? What’s your writing process?” My typical response is a blank, ...

22 May 2017

Ten Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By D N Carter

I would consider myself as being somewhat sensitive; I cry when watching films...I even cry at emotional adverts or when watching ‘Super Vet’ (I have a dog who follows me ...

22 May 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Dane Huckelbridge

Admittedly, it’s not the most romantic thing in the world to be from America’s industrial & rural middle, but some great individuals have come out of Cleveland, such as Paul ...

19 May 2017

Let's Jilt The Guilt By Nicola Millbank

"What's your guilty pleasure' they ask, 'What's your top tip for a guilt-free dinner' they say. The term 'guilt' in the world of food makes me writhe.  We've gone into overdrive; this ...

19 May 2017

Why I Narrated My New Book From Female Perspectives By David Owen

A lot of people recently, upon hearing that The Fallen Children features three young women as narrators, have asked me if writing female voices was difficult. ‘Yes,’ I answer (three ...

19 May 2017

10 Tips For The Newly Single

The Broken Heart Toolkit is taking the world of self-help books by storm. Paul Thorn, its author, gives Female First readers his top 10 tips for the newly single. Understand your ...
19 May 2017

Why We Should All Read, Especially Children By Alison May

I have written a series of stories called Behind the Fairy Door® with the first one launched this month and four more due this year.  It really is a dream ...

19 May 2017

Billi Jean Discusses Her New Book Holding Fast

Most of us have had a few ‘terrible’ guys in our lives. Face it women, it happens. The string of men who appear so promising, only to find out they ...

18 May 2017

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

Virginia Macgregor's new book Wishbones is released today, so to celebrate, she tells us a bit more baout the author behind the books.  I believe that the more real my ...

18 May 2017

5 Ways We Can All Take Better Care Of The Environment

Peter Grenville worked behind a desk for 30 years, but gave it all up to concentrate on his writing. His debut children’s book, The Big Plug, contains a strong environmental ...

18 May 2017

Rene Denfeld Reveals The Inspiration Behind Her Book 'The Enchanted'

Most writers have day jobs—probably teaching is the most common career—but my day job is unusual. For almost a decade I’ve been a death penalty investigator. As a ...

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