Celebrity Interviews

15 July 2018

My 6 backpack essentials by Janice Horton

When you are travelling around the world long term, it’s tempting to think you need to take everything including the kitchen sink along with you. But resembling a giant tortoise ...

13 July 2018

Q and A with author Giuseppe Cafiero

Finding the perfect book for your summer getaway isn’t easy. Whether it’s a beach read or simply something to pass the travel time, it’s tempting to settle for a mind-numbing ...

13 July 2018

7 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by Michael Georgiou

I worked in a local charity shop while I wrote my novel – After failing to get the grades needed to go to my university of choice once I had ...

13 July 2018

5 Things that inspired The House We Called Home by Jenny Oliver

A few years ago, my parents bought a house in Cornwall. For the whole of my life we would go down to Padstow to visit my grandparents during half term. ...
12 July 2018

10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by TP Fielden

TP FIELDEN is the creator of the Miss Dimont murder mysteries, set in the 1950s on the English Riviera. Resort To Murder joins The Riviera Express as the first two ...

12 July 2018

7 Tips for writing in a local setting by Tharun Chelley

Tharun Chelley, author of Borders Monkeys shares his 7 tips for writing in a local setting: Tharun Chelley’s debut novel is set in his hometown of Leicester. The post-apocalyptic story ...

12 July 2018

A day in the life of me by Lisa Hall

My day is pretty much bound by the same routine every day – I have three children, so life does revolve around them most of the time! My alarm goes ...

12 July 2018

7 Reasons why secret societies make for great storytelling by Elizabeth Klehfoth

From commercial hits like Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code to literary bestsellers like Donna Tart’s The Secret History, no one can resist a story about a secret society. But ...

12 July 2018

6 Reasons we're obsessed with Shelfies by Martha Roberts

If any word best encapsulates the spirit of our age it’s ‘selfie’. Designated one of Oxford Dictionary’s 2013 words of the year, 93 million selfies are now taken each day ...

12 July 2018

7 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by Annie Robertson

I trained as a composer at the Royal Academy of Music in London. When I was there the stage version of Mamma Mia was launched in the West End. I ...

12 July 2018

My baking inspiration by Milly Johnson

Just like Marnie in the book, my first taste of a cheesecake blew me away. It sounded revolting because cheese and cake did not go together in my head. But ...

12 July 2018

10 Things you never knew about tarot

The tarot has traditionally been used as an esoteric tool for divination purposes, but in the modern day anyone and everyone can benefit from reading the tarot, from professionals wanting ...

12 July 2018

10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by Alex Dahl

I don't read many thrillers... I love to write psychological thrillers, but tend to read other genres- I want to carve out my own voice and niche in the psychological ...

12 July 2018

10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by Evie Grace

I write Victorian sagas set in Kent because that is where my family came from and where I was born, but I also have strong ties to Devon where I ...

12 July 2018

Raphaelle Giordano: 10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me

I fell into psychology and personal development when I was small thanks to my mother, a teacher. I later became an advertising creative, but with the double hat of creative ...

12 July 2018

How my legal training helps me to be an author by Tracy Darnton

I’ve just been on the mammoth journey from dreamily coming up with an idea about a girl who remembers everything to seeing it evolve into a novel in a bookshop. ...

12 July 2018

Animals in fiction can go where humans fear to by Mandy Morton

The creator of cat detective series No 2 Feline Detective Agency, Mandy Morton explores anthropomorphism in books and how it has served her well for 60 years Suffolk born writer ...

12 July 2018

10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by Helen Cullen

My debut novel was initially inspired by a John Donne poem. I read John Donne’s poem, ‘To Sir Henry Wotton’ while in secondary school and one line really stirred something ...

12 July 2018

10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by Vanessa Carnevale

I’ve done this ever since I was little. I tend to slip a book into my handbag before I go out and often sneak a few pages of reading in ...

11 July 2018

Ric Neale discusses his new album, being a father and more [EXCLUSIVE]

Family man Ric Neale is one of the most versatile singer-songwriters of the modern day, and returned a little earlier this month with his brilliant new album Lullabies For Parents. ...

11 July 2018

10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by Katri Skala

This is my first novel to be published. Lateness is all. I started writing when I was a young woman, and I have been writing in different forms for decades ...

11 July 2018

7 Tips for getting on with people by Catherine Stothart

Getting on well with other people is one of life’s biggest rewards but also one of its biggest challenges. Having a positive mindset towards other people helps you treat them ...

11 July 2018

10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by Sarah Harris

Writing a YA book has been by far my favourite genre to write. It was the most defining, scary, awful and exhilarating time of my life. In many ways I ...

10 July 2018

A Day In The Life Of Riley Sager

Some days, being a best-selling author lives up to the excitement such a lofty job title would suggest. For instance, there was last year’s Thrillerfest awards gala in New York ...