Celebrity Interviews

11 February 2021

Exclusive: Tiera Skovbye discusses new film 2 Hearts

To celebrate the digital download release of 2 Hearts earlier this week, we caught up with star Tiera Skovbye (Riverdale, Nurses) to chat all about the movie, working during the ...
11 February 2021

Seven “taboo” words feminists should shout from the rooftops by Flynn Meaney, author of BAD HABITS

“Vagina” is a forbidden word at the plaid-skirted and patriarchal St. Mary’s Catholic School in my new YA novel, Bad Habits. So much so, in fact, that my purple-fauxhawked rebel ...

11 February 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me by DD Armstong

I am currently working on a Study Guide with 3 different English teachers to create the resources for schools to teach UDDC at GCSE level. It will offer an alternative ...

11 February 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me by Jenna Kernan, author of A Killer's Daughter

Despite writing thrillers involving a serial killer, I often refuse to watch scary movies and cover my eyes during tense scenes. I don’t like waiting to be frightened and I ...

10 February 2021

How to explain autism to a child by Tanya Kharina, author of Alfie’s Way

Being a mum of two incredible boys, one of whom has autism, coupled with researching vast amounts of media pertaining to the subject, one might think I would be able ...

9 February 2021

My favourite buildings and sculptures in London by author Martin Collins

All images courtesy of Martin Collins.  We all do it. We get on a bus and just stare out of the window, our minds a complete blank, unless something on ...
9 February 2021

Curses of Cousins by Cliff Bacchus

Curses for Cousins is a timely novel, tackling a challenging and quasi-taboo topic that is too often politely ignored by society: the practice of intermarriage between cousins.  A pacey psychological ...
8 February 2021

How I spent my lockdown by Annabelle Knight, author of Chasing Clouds

For me, lockdown hasn’t been all too dissimilar form my everyday life. A large bulk of my work involves writing, usually done from home, so in that respect some of ...

8 February 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me by Suzette D. Harrison

-  I met Shirley Temple: Yes, the real Shirley Temple, not the drink! When I was a little girl, I loved watching her films with my nan. I would dance ...

7 February 2021

Meet the author raising money for bereaved families of the NHS

What is it like to build a successful international business for 25 years and then nearly lose it all within a month? That is what happened to Founder and MD ...

5 February 2021

Seven things I have learned through my writing journey by Patricia Gibney

I’m a writer who finds it impossible to plot out the entire story before I begin, and I’ve found that the best way to work is to keep writing to ...

4 February 2021

Five ideas for a virtual Galentine's Day event by Anna Bell, author of The Man I Didn't Marry

This year, when we’re missing spending time with our girls there’s never been a better time to celebrate ‘Galentine’s’. Author Anna Bell, suggests her top 5 ideas for livening up ...

4 February 2021

Exclusive: Jenson Button discusses family life in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic

Formula 1 ace Jenson Button has had a joyous start to 2021 after the arrival of his new baby Lenny, but one big part of his family jigsaw has been missing amid ...
4 February 2021

Author Imogen Church discusses the inspiration for her new audiobook Death and the Burlesque Maiden

I tell other people’s stories for a living. I mean, literally; I narrate audiobooks. I spend most of my days, reading books, first in my head and then out loud. ...

4 February 2021

Top tips for writing romcoms by Julie Houston, author of Sing Me A Secret

Wanting to write a romcom? One can, I would imagine, go to Google and up will come a pretty formulaic way to go about it. It’s funny (funny strange, not ...

4 February 2021

How best to plan for 2021 by Holly McCulloch, author of Just Friends

I have always, always been a planner. It’s how I work, it’s how I write, it’s even how I relax. But it’s really hard to plan the year ahead when ...

4 February 2021

Seven things you need to know about my writing day by Wendy Clarke, author of His Hidden Wife

I can’t write in one place. Some people have a favourite writing place, a study maybe or a quiet room somewhere at the back of the house. I have my ...

4 February 2021

My plans for 2021 by Dani Atkins, author of A Sky Full of Stars

I’m a planner, I always have been. I like nothing better than filling in the squares on my wall calendar (so retro) with my plans for the year. And just ...

4 February 2021

10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by Inga Vesper, author of The Long, Long Afternoon

In my day job I am a science journalist. Journalism taught me to observe people and situations, research facts and question motives. And I can hit a deadline like no ...

4 February 2021

My time in lockdown by Emily Houghton, author of Before I Saw You

2020 has been a strange year to say the least. As I write this, we are entering our third formal lockdown, shops and gyms are closed and people are being ...

4 February 2021

Five books that have changed my experience of reading by Helen Fields

For those who enjoy reading there are few moments in life as satisfying, and as saddening, as reaching the end of an outstanding book. At various stages in life, we ...

4 February 2021

Kate White discusses her new novel Have You Seen Me?

All I knew for certain that day was that the nanny was dead, lying with her eyes wide open on the floor of her room in the house. She’d been ...

3 February 2021

Seven lessons I learned from writing historical fiction novels by Chrystyna Lucyk-Berger

My first novel attempt was all based on actual events in WW2 Ukraine. I info-dumped so much that the “novel” was about as much of a novel as a docu-drama ...

2 February 2021

How to find a goal that makes life worth living by Alon Ulman

Everybody wants success and fulfilment, but even those who work hard can miss out and when they do succeed, will often put it down to luck. But success isn’t a ...