Celebrity Interviews

21 September 2017

A Day In The Life Of Me By Katerina Diamond

When I was first asked to write this post I really struggled, I couldn’t think of a single thing I do all day that couldn’t be summed up in a ...

21 September 2017

5 Things I Discovered While Planning A Heist On The Titanic

My newest YA sci-fi novel, Invictus, follows the adventures of a crew of time traveling thieves, who steal antiquities from history and fence them on the futuristic black market. Of ...
21 September 2017

10 Things I’d Like My Readers To Know About Me By Lola Jaye

As a child I lived in Nigeria briefly.  I went to school and was shocked to see you could actually be caned on the hand for turning up late. Needless ...

20 September 2017

Ten Reasons To Take A Risk And Follow Your Dreams By Jacqui Furneaux

The first reason has to be because life is very short... too short to hold back on something interesting but scary. If you want to do something... anything from having ...

20 September 2017

Our Capacity To Heal Our Old Wounds By Gonca Alban

Every person carries wounds, pains, memories, minor or major traumas and each and every one of us hold within ourselves the capacity to heal our own wounds Our wounds, our ...

20 September 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Kaira Rouda

I love to Hula Hoop and I have since I was a child. I once won a contest with more than 250 other adults participating. I have an orange sparkly ...

20 September 2017

Exclusive Extract From The Natural Menopause Plan

The food we eat has a major impact on the range and severity of our menopausal symptoms. It’s fascinating to note that Asian women have a very different experience of ...

19 September 2017

Marguerite Gardiner: The Bestselling British Female Author You’ve Never Heard Of

By Martin Cohen, author of Bounty of a Stolen Empire Art lovers among you will be familiar with the flashy (some might say fleshy) portrait of the Countess of Blessington ...

19 September 2017

Meetings: Five Tools To Turn The Meeting From A Battle Ground To A Fertile Ground

Most of us reading this blog have experienced the kind of meeting agony that gives meetings a bad name. when a group of people get together, and instead of building ...

19 September 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Karen Millie-James

My dad was my hero. He was only twelve years old when he left Germany in 1939 on the kindertransport to England and was the only member of his family ...

19 September 2017

My 10 Tips For Writing About Historical Fact By Josh Dean

I love all books, but there’s no genre I enjoy more, and more consistently, than a historical narrative when it’s done well. When a particular piece of history is resurrected ...

19 September 2017

My Top Tips For Writing A Thriller Series By Gerry Rose

Rinsed, the second standalone instalment in Gerry Rose’s Elliot Trilogy of thrillers, was published at the end of August by The Book Guild. A fast paced family saga of betrayal, ...

19 September 2017

10 Times Music Changed My Life By Stephanie Nimmo

By Stephanie Nimmo, author of Was This in the Plan? published by Hashtag Press (£12.99, memoir, September 2017) My life has taken some pretty dramatic turns over the years. From ...

19 September 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Jem Duducu

My father is Turkish and ‘Cem’ is a male name in Turkey. The Turks don’t have the letter J, so my mother Anglicised it. This has led to misunderstandings, for ...

19 September 2017

[Exclusive] Suzi Quatro Discusses Legends Live Tour 2017

As the first female bass player to go on and become a major rock star, Suzi Quatro is one of the biggest names in the music industry, cementing her status ...

19 September 2017

10 Of The Most Memorable Moments In Women's Fashion By Don Chapman

In the top ten fashions after the fig leaves Eve adopted to hide her modesty in the Garden of Eden must come trousers. Women have been wearing them in the ...

19 September 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Cressida Cowell

My new book, The Wizards of Once, is my first new book series for 18 years, since I started writing How to Train Your Dragon. I was inspired by British ...
18 September 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me by Claire Evans

I qualified as an accountant. Despite wanting to be a writer from a very young age, I didn’t believe someone like me – just a girl from a small welsh ...

15 September 2017

Five Things In My Novel That Actually Happened By Anna Solomon

Leaving Lucy Pear is fiction, and as far as I know no wealthy Jewish teenager abandoned her newborn baby to a poor Irish Catholic woman on Cape Ann, Massachusetts in ...

15 September 2017

10 Things I’d Like My Readers To Know About Me By K.J Howe

Upon the release of her new book The Freedom Broker, author K J Howe tells us a bit about the woman behind the books.  K.J. Howe is the author of ...

14 September 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Debi Gliori

I live outside Edinburgh and love it to bits but, oh I do so long for the weather in Greece. Some days, when it rains for what feels like forever, ...

14 September 2017

Moviestar Exclusive Interview

Preparing to drop their debut album at the beginning of 2018, Moviestar are a unique trio of personalities, known to their fans as Infinity Vik, The Octopus Goddess and The ...

14 September 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Kay Seeley

I love history. My love of history (especially the Victorian era) has taken me to many historic houses and places of interest. My most recent visits in August this year ...

14 September 2017

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Heidi James

I was a wayward teenager, bunking off school, running away from home, petty shoplifting, drinking – just like my character Melanie. I was also a secret swot, and had been ...

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