Celebrity Interviews

21 November 2017

10 Things I'd Like The Readers Of My Aphorisms To Know About Me By Robert Eddison

“This is a brilliant book – stunningly good,” declared Jungle-bound Stanley Johnson at last month’s launch of Wisdom & Wordplay, my first book of original aphorisms. I got quite a ...

21 November 2017

G.J. Minett Reveals The Inspiration For His Latest Novel 'Anything For Her'

Ideas for novels are such capricious creatures. They find a way into your thoughts, dart around like fireflies in the night for a few moments, then disappear God knows where, ...

20 November 2017

Cathy Graham Discusses Her New Book 'Second Bloom'

As Cathy Graham celebrates the release of her new book Second Bloom- we caught up with her to ask her some advice for entertaining over the festive period.  What can ...

20 November 2017

Diana Savastano Reveals How Her New Novel ‘THE MARKER’ Found Its Story

I believe that writers can write about any subject. And, as we all know, subjects have a way of finding writers. The Marker was just that kind of story: the ...

17 November 2017

[Exclusive] Sofia Coppola Discusses The Beguiled

In The Beguiled, writer-director Sofia Coppola explores the cosseted lives of three Southern belles (Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, Elle Fanning) whose world is forever changed when they shelted a wounded ...

17 November 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By T Jessop

T. Jessop shares the Top 10 Things that her readers should know about her, following the publication of her hilarious debut fiction, Mid-Life Crisis, which follows the year in the ...

17 November 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By T J Brearton

To celebrate the release of his new novel Gone Missing, author T J Brearton tells us a little bit about the man behind the books.  I am a heavy sleeper. ...

17 November 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Stephen Edger

To celebrate the release of his new book Dying Day, author Stephen Edger tells us a bit about the author behind the books.  I love the process of writing  Whilst ...

16 November 2017

Writing Historical Fiction By Doug Thompson

If you think about it, all fiction is both ‘historical’ and autobiographical because derived, however indirectly, from its author’s accumulated knowledge of life’s experience. However, by ‘historical fiction’ we usually ...

16 November 2017

5 Reasons Why Girls Need Stories About Real-Life Heroines

By Amelie Welden and Michelle R. McCann We wrote Girls Who Rocked the World because we want to give girls the tools they need to be creative, brave, thoughtful, and ...

16 November 2017

Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool Exclusive: Annette Bening Discusses Her Role As Gloria Grahame

From today (November 16), we’re all able to hit the cinema and see new movie Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool, which features the incomparable Annette Bening as film noir ...
16 November 2017

10 Tips For Starting A New Business

Peter J Farmer shares his Top 10 Tips for starting a new business following the publication of his new creative start-up planner, the Newforms Business Path Journal. Buy a copy ...

16 November 2017

The 5 Worst Marriages In Literature

Literature is full of dysfunctional duos and my new thriller, The Perfect Victim, is no exception. Sure, it’s about murder but at its heart lies an unravelling marriage. Emily and ...

16 November 2017

A Day In The Life Of Donna Douglas

My typical writing day usually depends on where I am in the publishing cycle. When I first start working on a book, I tend to be a bit more – ...

16 November 2017

Suzanne Lambert Discusses The Inspiration For Her New Book 'The Puppy And The Orphan'

There is something extremely emotional about re-visiting your family home especially when it was an Orphanage where you spent the first eleven years of your life.  Yet this is no ...

16 November 2017

A Few Things I’d Like My Readers To Know About Me By Val Wood

I was born in Castleford, in the West Riding of Yorkshire. For those who don’t know Yorkshire well, they might wonder what ‘Riding’ means (except when on horseback), whereas born and ...

16 November 2017

Top 10 Greek Heroines

J.E. D’Este Clark is a lover of all things Greek; the art, the culture, the myths and legends. For the last ten years she has been campaigning for the return ...

16 November 2017

10 Ways To Freshen Up Tropes In Your Stories

According to Tvtropes.org (a Wikipedia of tropes), a trope is "a shortcut for describing situations the storyteller can reasonably assume the audience will recognize." One of my favorite examples, space ...

16 November 2017

10 Ways The Internet Has Changed The English Language Emmy Favilla

Along with the trusty ol’ text message, Twitter, Tumblr, and other forms of social media have completely overhauled the way we communicate with one another over the past decade plus. ...

16 November 2017

The Secrets To Long Lasting Love By Rita Bradshaw

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have a magic elixir which when added to the drink of someone we fancied would guarantee long lasting and true love? But of course real ...

16 November 2017

Making A Merry Christmas by Debbie Macomber

‘Tis the season of mistletoe, holly, hot chocolate, shopping, shopping and more shopping as we scurry from one holiday event to another. It seems we never get everything done on ...
16 November 2017

My Perfect Christmas By Mandy Baggot

I love nothing better than cosying up under blankets with a hot chocolate, a tin of Celebrations and something winteresque on the TV. But for my PERFECT Christmas it would ...

16 November 2017

A Traditional Buddhist Parable On What Is Important

Once there was a young Princess, who on the death of her mother, the Queen went in search of counsel on how to become a wise and just Ruler like ...

15 November 2017

Reema Exclusive Interview

Gearing up for the release of her new single, singer/songwriter Reema will tell the ghost story of an old man who kept a dark secret which died with his former ...

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