Celebrity Interviews

24 April 2021

Seven things you need to know about the pelvic floor by Kim Vopni

Closing off the base of our pelvis is a group of muscles called The Pelvic Floor. There are three layers of muscles and they have some very important roles in ...

22 April 2021

Exclusive: Beth Tweddle on the World Gymnastics Championships and life as a mother in a pandemic

Since Olympic bronze medallist Beth Tweddle MBE became a parent to her daughter, Freya, in 2019, the gymnastic has been flying under the radar and adapting well to caring for ...
22 April 2021

Seven reasons why I wanted to write about my journey to Judaism by Tetiana Michaels

-  Tetiana Michaels was born in 1986. She grew up in a part of Western Ukraine known as Bukovyna, in a city called Chernivtsi, historically predominately Jewish. She received Master’s ...

22 April 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me by Fíona Scarlett, author of Boys Don’t Cry

-  Boys Don’t Cry by Fíona Scarlett is published by Faber & Faber in April £12.99 hardback / £7.99 ebook I'm here because of a dream. I spent nearly 15 years ...

21 April 2021

The dos and don'ts if you are divorcing a narcissist by Dr Supriya McKenna and Karin Walker

Divorce is hard - really hard. But if you are left reeling by the heartless behaviour of your ex, who seems to wish to annihilate you on every level, you could ...
21 April 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me by Ruth Kirby-Smith

1. Reading is like breathing to me – it is beyond a passion. My taste is wide but whatever genre I read I love to learn something new about a ...

21 April 2021

Seven reasons to batch cook by Niki Webster, author of Rebel Recipes

It’s no secret that batch-cooking gained its notoriety due to its multiple and vast benefits such as saving time, effort and food waste but is normally attributed to more of ...

21 April 2021

Following your dreams by Rebecca Elliott, author of Pretty Rude

My second novel, ‘Pretty Rude’ comes out this month, and still, whenever I say that (or in this case, type that) I get a little twinge of deep excitement and ...

20 April 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me by Tessa Morris-Suzuki

-  Tessa Morris-Suzuki's The Lantern Boats is published by Joffe Books in eBook and paperback. This beautifully written, deeply moving historical novel set in post-war Japan is out now and available on Amazon.  ...

20 April 2021

Five tips for breaking into comics by Cavan Scott, author of Shadow Service

Cavan Scott, co-creator of Vault Comic’s Shadow Service and writer of Marvel’s Star Wars: The High Republic gives you the lowdown about making a career in comic books… Want to ...

19 April 2021

Natalia Elenkina Interview: Rising Star of Instagram

We chat with rising star model Natalia Elenkina to find out what her aspirations are. You might not have heard about Natalia Elenkina yet, but you can expect to hear ...
19 April 2021

Victorya Hubicki Shows How To Rise Against All Odds

Successful women are those who defy all odds and rise to the top. With the world going into lockdown, web traffic skyrocketed, as did social media use. While confined, people ...
19 April 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me by Jo Lovett, author of The House Swap

-  Jo Lovett lives in London with her family. She worked in Corporate Tax before taking a longer-than-expected career break to have more-than-expected children (five). She started writing romantic comedy ...

16 April 2021

Women in dystopian fiction by Leigh Russell, author of Rachel's Story

Perhaps more than in any other genre, dystopian stories develop from ideas. Under the guise of futuristic fantasy, they invite us to examine the world around us and think about ...

15 April 2021

Five tips for being YOU in business by Nicki Louise James, author of Just Brand You

“IT’S ALL ABOUT YOU….YES YOU” - BEST-SELLING BOOK ON THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING YOU WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR BUSINESS AND BRANDING Founder of Just Brand You (www.justbrandyou.co.uk) Nicki James, ...

15 April 2021

Careful what you wish for by Marika Cobbold, author of On Hampstead Heath

What does every writer want? What do we crave even more fervently than adoring reviews and massive sales? Peace and quiet; time out from the demands of everyday life, to ...

15 April 2021

How I spent my lockdown by Patricia Wilson, author of Summer in Greece

‘How do I spend lockdown?’ I guess I’ve been luckier than most. Although I am a very gregarious person and love meeting up with my friends and family, I also ...
15 April 2021

The art of juggling by Abi Silver, author of The Rapunzel Act

Picture this. It’s October 2020 and I am putting the finishing touches to papers for an arbitration (arbitration is a kind of private form of litigation) to enable me to ...

15 April 2021

Seven things you should know about the history of human breastmilk by Lawrence Trevelyan Weaver

Did you know? 1. Human milk is for babies; cow’s milk is for calves. It is common for pregnant women to dream about milk as this is a baby's first ...

15 April 2021

Seven tips for writing a series of books by Maisie Thomas, author of The Railway Girls in Love

When I start a book I have, not just an overall synopsis, but a thorough scene-by-scene plan beside me. For me, this keeps the writing flowing. Moreover, because each book ...

15 April 2021

Seven things you need to know about character by Emma Robinson, author of His Wife's First Secret

A writer has a handful of tools at their disposal when they are creating a character: what they look like, what they say, their behaviour, their thoughts and how other ...

15 April 2021

10 things I’d like my readers to know about me by Bryony Pearce, author of The Girl on the Platform

I was an RAF child, which meant moving a lot. In one particular year, I moved from Gibraltar, to Whitby (Yorkshire), to Greatworth (Oxfordshire), to Henlow (Bedfordshire). Children with military ...

14 April 2021

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me by Karen Espley

I am just an ordinary woman who has been lucky enough to have had some exciting adventures along the way. And my hope is that my tales of these adventures, ...

14 April 2021

The most misunderstood fairies by Alison Littlewood, author of The Cottingley Cuckcoo

We tend to think of fairies as tiny winged creatures, often gauzy, always beautiful. It’s an image seen in the flower fairies of the Victorians and beloved by little girls ...