Celebrity Interviews

12 April 2018

How To Save A Life By Jonathan Lee

Author and mental health campaigner Jonathan Lee discusses how writing became his therapy. I began to take writing seriously when I was at the lowest point in my life. Aged ...

11 April 2018

[Exclusive] Ramona Singer Discusses The Landmark 10th Season Of The Real Housewives Of New York

The Real Housewives of New York City are back for their landmark 10th anniversary, with Ramona Singer, Bethenny Frankel, Carole Radziwill, Dorinda Medley, Luann de Lesseps, Sonja Morgan and Tinsley ...

11 April 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Ryan Bloodworth

I like to write at night. I find my mind thinks much more expansively at night. There are less distractions and I get totally absorbed into my writing.  I find ...

11 April 2018

10 Iconic Suffragettes

Maggie Andrews introduces us to some familiar and unknown suffragettes, upon the release of her new book written with Janis Lomas.   Professor Maggie Andrews – University of Worcester [email protected] Leonora ...

11 April 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Nicola May

Once a year I get within touching distance of the Queen, and sometimes even Prince Harry I live in Ascot, which for most of the year is a ...

10 April 2018

How Journalism Helped Me To Become A Novelist By Nancy Revell

Two years ago I made what felt like an Olympian leap from working as a journalist to writing novels. In the space of just a few weeks I went from ...

10 April 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Undine Radzeviciute

Before studying at the Vilnius Academy of Arts, I worked as a painter at an electrical appliance factory. I used acetone paint to write slogans on canvases meant to ‘inspire’ ...

10 April 2018

Writing About Siblings By Annemarie Neary

It’s often said that Americans have a day for everything. While not a federal merchandising event quite yet, Siblings Day (10 April) is fast approaching. Whether you want to celebrate ...

5 April 2018

Candice Gordon Exclusive Interview

Following the release of her brilliant new single The Kids Are Alt-Right, we caught up with Candice Gordon to put some questions to the star, all about her music, inspirations, ...

5 April 2018

10 Things Author Sibel Beadle Wants Her Readers To Know About Her

1-) Sibel started writing the children’s book series “Witchy Travel Tales” when she was getting divorced. They went through a difficult divorce and because of the tension between the parents ...

5 April 2018

My Top 10 National Parks of The World By Aaron Miller

Founded in 1872, this is the world’s first national park and home to the largest active geyser basin on Earth: more than 10,000 bubbling hot pools, rainbow coloured springs and ...

5 April 2018

How East London inspired Turn A Blind Eye

Aspiring novelists are often advised to write about ‘what they know’ or ‘what they want to read’. I write mainly to explore things which I feel strongly about or am ...

5 April 2018

Top 5 Tips For Writing Epic Fantasy

Adrian Tchaikovsky, author of the Echoes of the Fall trilogy from Tor UK. The caveat is that these are my tips; any other writer may endorse none of them. Five ...

5 April 2018

Why Do Secrets Work In Storytelling? By Darren O'Sullivan

In a book market busy with so many psychological thrillers I've questioned and wondered to their success. Why do so many of us readers love a good hook and the shock of when the ...

5 April 2018

The Irresistible Lure Of Marrakech By Annabelle Thorpe

Hot, hectic and heaving with people – what is it about Marrakech that makes it so bewitching?  For decades, writers, artists and musicians – along with tourists in their millions ...

5 April 2018

6 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Ezzie Spencer

My first career was in the law. I went to law school because I thought that a legal career would hold the keys to a bright future. I never would ...

5 April 2018

Top Tips For Working With Your Sibling

To celebrate the launch of their new book Naturally Delicious Snacks and Treats, the Squirrel Sisters Gracie and Sophie Tyrrell share their top tips for working with your sibling.  Skills- ...

5 April 2018

The Soundtrack To My Writing By Jaime Raven

I’m one of those authors who don’t need complete silence when they write. In fact if there’s no background noise I struggle to concentrate. It’s one of the reasons I ...

5 April 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Cherry Radford

Author of The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter One of the inspirations for The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter was the way just a couple of Tweets led to my unlikely but enduring friendship ...

4 April 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Yaba Badoe

There’s a story to my name. Yaba is my day name. It means I’m an Nzema woman born on a Thursday. Yaba is also the goddess of the earth, so ...

4 April 2018

10 Tips For Channeling Your Suffering Into Acceptance By Ashta-Deb

Suffering is a collection of experiences that you feel has negatively impacted you. Any experience you consider negative or positive is an experience that you continue to be attached to. ...

4 April 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Ceri A. Lowe

My favourite place for writing inspiration is Formentera in the Balearic Isles: I first went there about twenty years ago and fell in love with the simple beauty. Although it’s ...

3 April 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Sarah Bennett

I’m a military spouse. Being a part of the RAF family is a hugely important part of my life. Moving around a lot has given me the confidence to put ...

3 April 2018

What Internet Dating Can Teach You About Getting Published (And Vice Versa)

There are few things more challenging to one’s self esteem than internet dating…unless it’s writing a novel and trying to get it published. I met my partner online and I ...

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