Celebrity Interviews

10 September 2020

Exclusive: Georgia Blizzard discusses her role in new ITV drama The Singapore Grip

Based on JG Farrell's 1978 novel of the same name, ITV's upcoming six-part drama The Singapore Grip follows a family of wealthy Britons living in the titular country following Japan's ...

10 September 2020

My experience of travelling world to find 'thrivers' by Emma J Bell

Tears dropped onto my phone as his email message blurred before my eyes. John was dying. That’s what he’d written to tell me. He had end-stage kidney disease and he ...

10 September 2020

Seven ways to be hopeful in a pandemic by Bernadette Russell

In the midst of all this seemingly endless bad news, with gloomy economic forecasts, a climate emergency not to mention a global pandemic- how do we save ourselves from falling ...

8 September 2020

How not to kill your partner during lockdown by Sharon Doering

You thought being stuck together might be a cutesy rom-com. Turns out, it’s a horror story. Deadly glares. Screaming. A shocking crime scene. Well, not really, but the kitchen looks ...

7 September 2020

Exclusive: Emmett Scanlan on becoming a father again and working on TV thriller The Deceived

Emmett Scanlan’s world was transformed all over again in late July and he is loving every second of it. Some 18 years after his daughter gave him a whole new perspective ...

5 September 2020

Naturi Naughton on returning as Tasha St. Patrick in Power spin-off Book II: Ghost

Fans of critically-acclaimed series Power were disappointed to see the show come to an end with its sixth season, but not for long! Showrunners Courtney A. Kemp and 50 Cent quickly ...
4 September 2020

Mary J. Blige discusses her role in highly-anticipated Power spin-off Book II: Ghost

When it was revealed the Power universe would be expanding despite the original series coming to a close, fans were excited to see what creator Courtney A. Kemp had up her sleeve. ...
4 September 2020

Seven quick wins to keep well and beat Covid by Jim Pollard

Quit for Covid - there’s never a bad time to stop smoking and quitting now has a double benefit. Smoking is a Covid-19 risk in itself because of the lung ...

4 September 2020

10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by Elizabeth Neep

1. I don’t know whether I’m doing it right either. My new book, Never Say No tells Hailey’ story of finding her feet in her late twenties, letting go of ...

3 September 2020

Exclusive: Irish Olympic hopeful Shane Ryan on his preparations for the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games

Irish Olympic hopeful Shane Ryan has lifted the lid on his preparations for next summer’s Olympic Games in Tokyo, as the swimmer revealed he is desperate to give his nation ...
3 September 2020

The resilience of a working mum by Tava O’Halloran

As the youngest female to own a collection of award-winning, culture-changing nightclubs in East London, Tava O’Halloran juggled a busy career, crippling failure, financial ruin, and bounced between both sides ...

3 September 2020

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me by Abigail Horne

Abigail Horne is the hugely successful founder of Authors & Co, a partnership publishing company specialising in helping people tell their story so they can leave behind a legacy – ...

3 September 2020

How my work as a journalist influenced my new novel The Silent Daughter

I’ve always written stories. When I was wee I hand-made little comics and when I was at secondary school I wrote a weekly School Buzz column for my local paper. ...

3 September 2020

How I spent my lockdown by Yorkshire author Jack Sheffield

I had just written, ‘Sex, drugs and rock and roll,’ when my wife popped her head round my study door and announced, ‘We’re in lockdown!’ This isn’t a usual line ...

3 September 2020

Do farmers make great romantic heroes & heroines?

By Suzanne Snow  For me, every time. Why is that? Firstly, they’re capable, resourceful people. Not only in carrying out their day jobs but able to turn their hands to ...

3 September 2020

Nine tips for aspiring authors by Nicola Gill

From how to deal with feedback to whether you should edit as you go along, here’s some advice that could bring you closer to seeing your name on a cover. ...

3 September 2020

Why buy artisan cheese?

There are more farmhouse and artisan cheesemakers in Britain today than at any time since the 1930s. During wartime and up to 1954, the government ordered that milk could only ...

3 September 2020

Imaginary friends in lockdown by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Other than my immediate family, the people I have spent the most time with since March are fictional: characters in the books I write, characters in the television shows I ...

3 September 2020

How I spent lockdown by Nydia Hetherington

As lockdown restrictions ease and friends post pictures of themselves on social media, smiling in pubs and cafes or at the beach and picnicking in the park, I am still ...

2 September 2020

How to get started with forest bathing

1. Start small: Go to a forest or woodland you are familiar with. This is not the time to have to worry about getting lost - the more familiar the ...

2 September 2020

10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by Georgina Cross

Author of The Stepdaughter, Bookouture (publication: September 2020) ...

1 September 2020

Reclaiming psychic gifts to foster healing and empowerment by Amy White

Many of us have been brought up with the notion that a Psychic Medium is an eccentric woman in flowing clothing, staring intently into a crystal ball. Popular culture has ...