Celebrity Interviews

8 February 2018

Hunting The Wren By Mary Watson

Straw costumes with tall, conical hats pulled over faces. A colourful parade that winds through the streets, gathering people as it passes pubs and houses. The cheering crowd is in ...

8 February 2018

One Little Lie By Helen Warner

It was, quite literally, just a little lie.  One small word: “No.” When she thought about it now, all these months later, still unable to take in what had happened, ...

7 February 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Eleanor Bass

I’m more likely to send you a letter than to email you. Okay, that’s not quite true. But my phone is decidedly un-smart, I’m not on instagram or twitter, I’ve ...

6 February 2018

[Exclusive] Philip Cumbus Teases “Dark And Twisted” Girlfriends Finale

When Kay Mellor made her return to television earlier this year with the debut of her brand new series Girlfriends, not everybody knew what to expect, but we all expected ...

6 February 2018

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

My physical home is London, but my spiritual home is Cape Town, South Africa. I love London for its diversity, history, arts and my friends, but I crave Cape Town ...

6 February 2018

How Orkney Inspired My Debut Novel By David Barnard

THE GIFT WHICH KEEPS ON GIVING. There is a group of islands to the North of Scotland. It is separated from the mainland by a very spikey, spoilt brat of ...

6 February 2018

How To Free Yourself From The Self-Created Identity

No matter how far you’ve travelled down the wrong road, it’s never too late to turn your life around, writes James Carré-Rice, whose remarkable transformation from career criminal to bestselling ...

5 February 2018

Winning Ticket – My Property Business Was Built On A Football Ticket

I moved to London in 1997 to make my fortune. I was absolutely determined to make this happen, but at the time it seemed almost impossible. I had nothing but ...

5 February 2018

My Top 10 Domestic Thrillers By Alafair Burke

When I first heard the term “domestic thriller,” I thought it was in contrast to something like an international thriller.  Instead, it’s intended to capture dark stories that unfold close ...

2 February 2018

The Violet Kind Exclusive Interview

Scottish rockers The Violet Kind aren’t content with sticking within the usual boundaries of genre, and so hope to break down all of the pre-assigned walls that forge their way ...

2 February 2018

How To Practice Mindfulness When You Have No Time

Even if you have heard about mindfulness before you may still wonder what it is and exactly how it can benefit you. ‘Mindfulness’ was first introduced to the West in ...

1 February 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Clare Boyd

My mother is a writer, too… She achieved her first publishing deal at 60! She writes beautiful love stories about romance in the over fifties. ‘Fifty Shades of Grey Hair!’ ...

1 February 2018

Ten Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By M. G. Leonard

I’m plagued with doubt about my ability to write because of being repeatedly told my grammar and punctuation were poor whilst at school. I actually cried when my editor said ...

1 February 2018

Satirising The Crazy World Of Celebrities And Broadcast News

Not so long ago, fame was earned through hard work and talent. Today, many celebrities are created by a 24/7 media hungry for ratings and happy to promote anyone who ...

1 February 2018

10 Fun Facts You Should Know About Spain

Following the release of The Spain Quiz, a new cultural quiz book about all things Spain, author Ruta Czina shares the 10 fun facts that you should know about Spain: ...
1 February 2018

The Books That Made Me By Tammy Cohen

I’ve read thousands of books over my lifetime most of which I’ve instantly forgotten because I have a terminal case of goldfish brain when it comes to remembering titles. The ...

1 February 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Jenni Ferchenko

I was born and brought up in a small village in Chernobyl region, where there is nothing but endless forest and endless railway tracks. There is absolutely nothing to do ...

31 January 2018

5 Things I Learnt On My Surrogacy Journey By James Phillip

Set against the backdrops of London and Thailand, Surrogacy: Our Family’s Journey is my first book and centres on our family’s intense, at times frustrating, and eternally-cherished adventure that led ...

31 January 2018

Hannah Epperson Exclusive Interview

Canadian artist Hannah Epperson is one of the most unique talents of the modern day. Unafraid to break out of pre-assigned boundaries, she’s an artist who’s not only skilled when ...

31 January 2018

10 Tips For Writing A Gripping Thriller

Upon the release of her second crime thriller, The Promise, Sally Jenkins shares her Top 10 Tips for writing a gripping thriller: Make the villain believable by giving them a ...

31 January 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Anna-Lou Weatherley

I’m a pole dance teacher. I started learning pole dance/fitness about ten years ago and fell in love with it after my first lesson. I come from a professional dance ...

31 January 2018

Menopause Coach Shares Her Top Tips For Hot Flush Freedom

It’s freezing outside, so why do you still feel like jumping into an ice cold swimming pool? It’s estimated that at any one time in the UK, 13 million women are ...

31 January 2018

Top Tips For ‘Positiverosity’ In 2018

January is almost over and for the majority (a whopping 80%) of us, new year’s resolutions have already fallen by the wayside.  With this in mind, what are you going to do to ...

30 January 2018

10 Things You Never Knew About Diana Dors

Upon the release of Passport to Fame: The Diana Dors Story, author Huw Prall shares the top 10 things that you should know about Diana: “I’m the kind of girl ...

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