Celebrity Interviews

9 July 2018

10 Reasons why I THINK free speech is more effective than hate speech laws

As Taylor Swift said, “Haters gonna hate.” The best response is to “shake it off” with more speech. Talking back to hate can empower individuals and communities. Censorship doesn’t always ...

9 July 2018

10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by Emma Robinson

Reading is like breathing to me. Growing up, my favourite book was Little Women and I yearned to be Josephine March, sitting in the garret, reading books and eating apples. ...

9 July 2018

The inspiration behind my new novel by Kris Ellis

‘My name is Challenge’ (Dr B. to Matt Pearce in temporoparietal) I have worked for many years with young people, particularly those who failed by the educational system for one ...

9 July 2018

7 Tips for writing a successful murder mystery series by Ian McFadyen

The kernel of your story: Be clear in your mind what it is that makes each book in the series a stand-alone story. It may be a unique twist at ...

6 July 2018

My top 10 tips for writing a thriller by Nicholas Leigh

As an author, there’s no better time to pen a thriller. Last year alone, the genre shifted 18.7million copies, outselling other types of fiction for the first time in history. ...

6 July 2018

10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by Ariel Kahn

I grew up with four younger sisters. They made me a feminist. They are a bit like the spice girls, diverse, feisty, each blazing their own trail. They taught me ...

6 July 2018

7 Tips for moving forward when life gives you lemons

Publisher Marcia M. Spence shares the things that have helped her move forward when she’s faced challenges. Marcia has Trigeminal Neuralgia (a severe facial pain illness) and has dealt with ...

6 July 2018

10 Of the most memorable natural disasters

The eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79 produced so much volcanic ash that the cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum were buried under 4 to 6 meters of ash. Some ...

5 July 2018

John Bell discusses his new book The Last Journey: Reflections for the Time of Grieving

These songs are not the result of a writing project. Indeed, none of these songs was intended for publication. It would be a foolish writer who sat down and decided ...

5 July 2018

7 Tips for using personal triumphs to enhance a storyline

In Rachel Clare’s debut novel, her main protagonist struggles with coming to terms with her facial birthmark. Using her own experiences with having cerebral palsy, Rachel has used her personal ...

5 July 2018

7 Tips for handling business change

The hardest thing about managing change in business is recognising it is happening in the first place, even if it's you who has initiated it. Whenever you change an organisation’s ...

5 July 2018

Exclusive interview with author and entrepreneur Brandon Taylorian

The average graduate will owe an eye-watering £50,000 by the time they finish university – the highest student debt in the developed world. Three-quarters will never clear their loans and ...

5 July 2018

10 Reasons why the buddha bowl is a big hit with vegans by Kelli Foster

Buddha bowls, the Instagram-worthy one-bowl meal loaded with a healthy, balanced mix of protein, vegetables, and good fats, have been around for ages yet their popularity is blazing hot right ...

4 July 2018

10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by Brent Jones

Brent Jones is the author of GO HOME, AFTON, the first of four parts in a new serial thriller that delivers audiences an unlikely heroine in the form of a children’s ...

4 July 2018

A day in the life of me by Julie Schladitz

I once read that the most useful time management tool ever was to compile a to-do list for the following day the previous evening. So, in fact, my day always ...

3 July 2018

A day in the life of me by Evonne Wareham

Writing in the Sunshine, Writing in the Shadows. I’m a writer, and as a tribe, writers don’t tend to get out much. There may be parties and award ceremonies – ...

3 July 2018

10 Things About Living With M.E. That You Want People To Know By Jessica Taylor-Bearman

I have been suffering with a chronic neuro immune disease for over twelve years called M.E. It stands for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and remains very misunderstood in all aspects. You may ...

2 July 2018

Sami Simon on the music industry, creativity and what to expect from his future

Berlin-based singer-songwriter Sami Simon is back with his brilliant new single Carry You With Me, available now for streaming and download. We got the opportunity to catch up with Sami, ...

30 June 2018

Nausica on the difficulties of breaking out in the music industry, creativity and more [EXCLUSIVE]

With their brilliantly-addictive new single Black & White out now, we took the opportunity to chat to Nausica all about their career to-date, goals, inspirations, and more. For those who ...

29 June 2018

5 Things I’d like my readers to know about me by Ann Onymouse

Following the publication of her latest children’s book, author and illustrator Ann Onymouse shares five things she’d like her readers to know. After my first husband died, in his late ...

29 June 2018

CC Clarke on her debut single, moving into the music industry and more! [EXCLUSIVE]

As one of the biggest British names online, CC Clarke has already done a lot to change the way in which people engage with online content. As one of the ...

28 June 2018

Ryan Serhant discusses the seventh season of Million Dollar Listing New York [EXCLUSIVE]

Million Dollar Listing New York is back for its seventh season on hayu, with powerhouse agents Ryan Serhant, Fredrik Eklund and Steve Gold returning to the NY property scene, hungrier ...

28 June 2018

10 Things I'd Like My Readers To Know About Me By Helen Trevorrow

I broke my leg when I was two years old jumping down the stairs. My big brothers were chasing me with wooden spoons in a game that I adored. My ...

28 June 2018

Daisy Styles: A day in the life of me

When I’m on a writing roll my days are seemingly very boring, I just sit and write ALL day! Through the day I’ll vary between writing long hand (scrawl, which ...