Celebrity Interviews

20 April 2020

The Real Housewives of Cheshire - Meet Hanna

The Real Housewives of Cheshire are back, brighter, bolder and just as fabulous than ever, but this season they welcome a brand-new Housewife, as well seeing the return of one of ...

20 April 2020

Meet The Real Housewives of Cheshire Dawn

The Real Housewives of Cheshire are back, brighter, bolder and just as fabulous than ever, but this season they welcome a brand-new Housewife, as well seeing the return of one of ...
17 April 2020

Meet the Real Housewives of Cheshire

The Real Housewives of Cheshire return to our screens bringing, fun, drama, and looking more fabulous than ever, as well as being  joined by a brand-new Housewife, and the return ...

16 April 2020

Why we should all write a love letter, at least once in our lives by Olivia Beirne

How often do you receive a letter? Not a generated one offering you an eye test, or scalding you for creeping back into your overdraft, but a real one from ...

16 April 2020

Rachel Abbott: Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me

I published my first novel when I was fifty-nine, and my message to anyone who would love to write but thinks “it’s too late for me” would be “think again”, ...

16 April 2020

Five books that make me cry by Anna McPartlin

-  1. My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult. Basically a child is conceived to save her dying sister. An incredible story, beautifully told and I cried throughout.  2. Tell The Wolves I’m ...

14 April 2020

Seven ways to stay optimistic by Dani DiPirro

Some are born with that innate ability to seek out the good in every situation and do their best to make the most of it. For the rest (most) of ...

12 April 2020

Author Louise Poynton honours David Cassidy with new book Cherish: A Legacy of Love

David Cassidy climbed into the hearts of millions of teenagers because he represented something made of pure beauty. David has always been a huge part of my life. I have ...

9 April 2020

How to communicate effectively during Coronavirus

Having a meaningful conversation can be challenging at the best of times. When we want to speak about something that really matters – whether with a family member, colleague or ...

8 April 2020

In conversation with Louise Pentland

Very emotional! I’ve been with these characters since 2015, so this really feels like the end of an era. I know in my head what happens to them all next ...

7 April 2020

10 stunning images from the new book Bond: Photographed by Terry O'Neill

Bond: Photography by Terry O'Neill by ACC Art Books invites readers to the dazzling world of James Bond. The new book features iconic portraits and contact sheets from Goldfinger, Diamonds Are Forever, Live and ...
7 April 2020

Why creativity matters now more than ever

Being taken from our established routine can provide an enriching field for discovery. Why not try something new? Why not, if forced into some degree of isolation, allow our imagination ...

7 April 2020

Seven ways to hack stress during lockdown

Try these simple strategies to help manage stress levels during lockdown: Inhale through the nose for a count of 4. Exhale through the mouth for a count of 6 whilst ...
3 April 2020

Six ways to build the life you really want in 2020 by Claudia Reuter

To state the obvious, 50% of people are women. In our society, we encourage equal opportunity for all But as of 2019, only 2.8% of venture capital funding in the ...
3 April 2020

Theresa Cheung: Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me

1) Born into a family of spiritualists attending seances where mediums reached out to the departed to bring back messages of comfort and hope was common place. Sadly, I didn’t ...

2 April 2020

Abbie Greaves: Eight things I learnt about writing while on the move

Without a ‘room of one’s own’, I need a routine of my own. Between writing the first chapter of The Silent Treatment and its publication, I have lived in five ...

2 April 2020

Judy and Adrian Reith discuss their new book Act 3: The Art of Growing Older

As a married couple of 30 years Adrian and I took the risky decision to write a book together about growing older. It was clear to us through our career ...

2 April 2020

Kay Brellend: 10 Things you might like to know about me

-  Website: www.kaybrellend.com Twitter: @KayBrellend ...

2 April 2020

Why should we encourage children to journal? by Kia Marie Hunt

Journaling has been a trending topic among adults for a while now, especially thanks to such a rise in mental health awareness and self-care practices. Now, we find ourselves at ...
2 April 2020

Tracy Rees shares the inspiration for her new book The House at Silvermoor

Even now that The House at Silvermoor is out in the world, I find it hard to believe that I actually finished it! It was conceived in a fit of ...

2 April 2020

Eight top takeaways from Generation Hope

In these uncertain times, many of us are finding inspiration in unexpected places, like the pages of a children’s book. Generation Hope showcases young activists working to bring about positive ...

2 April 2020

Nikki Smith: Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me

I didn’t get my publishing deal for my debut novel until I was 45. I’d ended up working in a career in Finance after doing an English degree, but had ...

2 April 2020

Tips for writing the dreaded second novel by Emily Gunnis

“I’ve got a two book deal!’ After only five days of my agent sending my book out, Headline Publishers had pre-empted my debut novel, and not only that, they liked ...