Celebrity Interviews

6 March 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Claire Dyer

I only like square-ended chips so when I’m out my friends give me their square-ended ones I give them my pointy-ended ones. My favourite crisps are folded-over ones. I used ...

6 March 2018

How To Be A Freelance Writer

When I meet people at parties – which, sadly, isn’t too often these days, because I have two small children and they are assassins of adult fun – we do ...

6 March 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Martin J Worthy

It is never easy being the second son, you see it in so many families. Always having to play ‘catch up’. Around the time that every one of his friends ...

6 March 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Mitch Silver

I started writing The Bookworm eight years ago. It was going to be a book, then a movie script, and then a book again. In 2010 I was going to ...

6 March 2018

Read The 'Hillary Clinton' Chapter From The Little Book Of Feminist Saints

In 1969, a twenty-one-year-old Hillary Rodham delivered the com­mencement speech on behalf of her class at Wellesley College. “I find myself in a familiar position,” she began, “that of reacting, ...

5 March 2018

Read An Exclusive Extract From 'I'll Be Gone In The Dark' By Michelle McNamara

That summer I hunted the serial killer at night from my daughter’s playroom. For the most part I mimicked the bedtime routine of a normal person. Teeth brushed. Pajamas on. ...

5 March 2018

A Woman Of Her Own Mind By Sarah Bryson

As a woman living in a male dominated age Mary Tudor may be forgiven for submitting to her fate. After the death of her first husband, King Louis XII of ...

2 March 2018

How 6 Years In A Cult Inspired Me To Write A Novel

As the number of UK cults continue to rise, young people are more at risk than ever of being recruited, warns the author and alleged former Christian cult member, Rhys ...

2 March 2018

Alberteen Exclusive Interview

Following on from the success of their critically-acclaimed albums Miss World and A French Connection, Alberteen are back with their brand new single The Son’s Room, out now via Rhythm ...

2 March 2018

The Necessity Of The Female Friendship

In celebration of International Women’s Day, Sonja Bajic, illustrator and author of What My Girlfriends Told Me, shares her story about the first time she realised that women are more ...

1 March 2018

[Exclusive] Bethenny Frankel Discusses Her New High Stakes Reality Series Bethenny & Fredrik

Working together in business saw a friendship blossom between Real Housewives fan-favourite Bethenny Frankel and Million Dollar Listing New York star Fredrik Eklund, and now the two have turned their ...

1 March 2018

My Inspiration For 'Whispers Of Hope' By Charlie Albert

In 2013 after a three-year battle through the Family Courts I finally secured residency of my youngest son ‘Junior’. The cost of my legal fees was extortionate, and in the final year I was forced ...

28 February 2018

How My Travels Inspired My Debut Novel By R. D. Stevens

In my early twenties, I spent two years travelling and working my way around the world. It was an exciting, engaging and enthralling adventure that I will never forget. Travelling ...

28 February 2018

[Exclusive] Kerry Godliman Discusses New Sky Atlantic Thriller Save Me

Lennie James may be a man the world knows for being in front of the camera, but with new British thriller Save Me, he’s not only starring in a leading ...

28 February 2018

My Top 10 Tips For Writing Short Stories By Gwynn Davis

My collection of stories – a slim volume at that – has taken me forty years, so such advice as I feel able to offer is in the nature of ...

27 February 2018

Why I Need to Write About Cancer By Kate Bowler

Kate Bowler, a professor at the school of divinity at Duke, had a baby with her childhood sweetheart before she began to feel stabbing pains in her stomach. She lost two stone, ...

26 February 2018

[Exclusive] Lennie James Discusses His New Dark Thriller Save Me

British actor Lennie James is somebody the majority of the world knows as Morgan Jones from AMC’s long-running zombie apocalypse series The Walking Dead. The award-winning star however has of ...
26 February 2018

A Nation's Creation From The Eyes Of Those Who Lived Through it

Next month marks the 61st anniversary of Ghana’s independence from colonial rule. On 6 March 1957, the former Gold Coast emerged from the shadow of the British Empire. But the ...

26 February 2018

Unusual Facts About Women In The 16th Century

The 16th century was a patriarchal age, yet the stories of these five intriguing women coloured three quarters of the century. Linked by circumstances, they all had the disadvantage of ...

26 February 2018

10 Tips To Help You Finish Writing Your Book By Richard McMunn

It’s really easy to think about writing a book. Whether you imagine yourself sitting in a quiet, comfortable place – pouring your heart and soul into a beautiful piece of ...

24 February 2018

10 Reasons To Make Your Own Real Bread

Written by Chris Young Crumbs, it’s the 10th annual #RealBreadWeek so (as if you need them) here are ten thirteenths of a baker’s dozen reasons to get doughing. What’s more ...

23 February 2018

5 Things I Wish I’d Known Pre-Motherhood By Olivia Siegl

There are so SO many things that I wish someone had told me pre to pushing a baby out of my vagina. To the point that when I did finally ...

23 February 2018

10 Books That Made Me Laugh By Tracy Bloom

I think it's the hardest thing to make people laugh-out-loud when reading a book. Nothing makes me happier than getting a review from a reader that tells me I have ...

23 February 2018

Rebecca Lou Exclusive Interview

Danish artist Rebecca Lou isn’t afraid to empower both herself and those listening to her with her incredibly compelling and infectious music. Recently releasing her brilliant debut single ‘Bitch U ...