Books

4 November 2023

The Mother of All Problems By Nancy Peach

When did having it all become doing it all? Penny Baker is coping. Just about. Three kids, one dog, one lovely but sometimes oblivious husband. Tick, tick tick. She is ...

1 November 2023

Author Emma Orchard Talks 'Romantic Heroes'

I was on an author panel recently and someone asked how we thought romantic heroines have changed in recent years. My answer was that I don’t think they have. Of ...

26 October 2023

Lifespinners by Author & Social Scientist Lynn Watson

About Lifespinners: In her new speculative novel, social scientist Lynn Watson weaves the human drama of power and self-interest around future advances in biomedicine and technology. In 2048, this includes continual ...

23 October 2023

The Palace at Dusk By Angela Terry

Author Angela Terry dives into the gray areas and questionable decisions that can complicate romantic relationships in her new romance book. Harvard-educated corporate attorney Jasmine promised herself that she wouldn’t ...
20 October 2023

The Other by Sandy Hogarth

Twins, Clemmy and Helen, named by their father after the heroines of Greek mythology, live in a dilapidated cottage in the forest, having little contact with the outside world. Abandoned ...

18 October 2023

Mysteries and Power Struggles in Samantha's 'They Will Stop at Nothing'

The human experience is often characterized by a relentless struggle between the pursuit of absolute power and the commitment to do what is right. This characteristic surpasses geographical boundaries, reverberating ...
9 October 2023

A Class Apart: How to Navigate a Relationship with Someone of a Different Social Status

In her debut novel, Pourquoi, bestselling author and trainee psychotherapist Jemima Atar examines, among other things, the intricacies and obstacles that can emerge when a relationship brings two people of ...

2 October 2023

Seven Useful Things I’ve Learned Since Writing A Series Of Books

Keep a series bible.  Lists of names, places, dates etc are all really useful so that you can quickly check back Draw a map.  I found that having a map ...
26 September 2023

Seven Things I’d Like My Readers to Know About Me - Catherine Evans.

Things I DON'T want you to know about me! 2. I saw my first dead body aged four. I came home from nursery school and my mum asked me what ...
19 September 2023

Author Graham Smith Seven Things I want My Readers To Know About Me

My Seven Facts Author Bio Graham Smith is a time served joiner who has built bridges, houses, dug drains and slated roofs to make ends meet. Since Christmas 2000, he ...
18 September 2023

Why ‘Normal’ Parenting Advice Makes Things Worse For Children With Hidden Disabilities

Sadly, parents of children with hidden disabilities such as Asperger’s (high functioning autism), ADHD and dyslexia are often criticised by others because their children are seen as being badly behaved. ...
17 September 2023

Seven beautiful dishes from An Italian Secret by Ella Carey

Those of you who have read my novel, A New York Secret featuring a wartime chef in a glamorous New York restaurant, will know how much I love including recipes ...
14 September 2023

Book Release: Dead Man Singing by Steve Couch

The Book What’s a rock star to do when his talent fails him and his career has withered and died? Fed up with never-ending humiliations, Dave Masters hatches a plan ...
5 September 2023

Seven Things I Want My Readers To Know About Me Emily Shiner

With the iminent launch of here two latest books we took the opportunity to ask author Emily Shiner if she would tell you seven things she would love to share ...
23 August 2023

7 Things I’d Like My Readers to Know About the Writing of “The Elevator”

Exclusive from author Claire Cooper I was travelling by coach from London to Wales, hoping to visit my dad. The weather was atrocious, and we ended up being diverted to ...
18 August 2023

Land Girls at The Wartime Bookshop by Lesley Eames

Churchwood has never needed The Wartime Bookshop, or its community, more. But when the bookshop comes under threat at the worst possible time, can Alice, Kate and Naomi pull together ...

18 August 2023

Interview with Pamela Walker, author of Making a Difference, Setting up Sustainable Community-Based Projects

Making a Difference is a book which aims to help bring about positive change within communities in England and Wales. It is distinctive in being a practical ‘How To’ guide ...

16 August 2023

Book Review: The Echoes Of Love by Jenny Ashcroft

The Echoes of Love by Jenny Ashcroft will sweep you away to the shores of Greece, in an unforgettable story of love, loss and loyalty. The Book On the island of Crete, ...
15 August 2023

Interview with Linda Elsegood, author of The LDN Book 3

Linda Elsegood discovered LDN after relapsing/remitting MS, which caused her to have attacks every six months. It took months for a relapse to recede, only to have another begin. In ...

14 August 2023

7 Things I would like my readers to know about me - Hannah Ireland

Hanah's latest book How to holiday alone like a boss by Hannah Ireland - A funny and light-hearted guide to holidaying alone and written by an experienced solo holidaymaker, the book covers ...
14 August 2023

Hannah Ireland empowers people to holiday solo with her new guide 'How To Holiday Alone Like A Boss'

Are you thinking about going on holiday by yourself, but not sure where to start? There are many reasons why you might decide to holiday alone and it can be ...

14 August 2023

I'm Not Done With You Yet by Jesse Sutanto

The Book Jane is unhappy. She’s a struggling writer trapped in an underwhelming marriage with husband Ted, scraping by to pay for a mortgage for a house and a life ...
10 August 2023

Seven Things I’d Like My Readers To Know About Me

Debbie Rix reveals seven little known facts about herself for her readers in this exclusive  Of my eight novels, all are based on real women in history. They have been ...