Celebrity Interviews

30 July 2020

The importance of romantic fiction in 2020 by Sareeta Domingo

Like most people, I met the advent of the year 2020 with a particular sense of excitement and anticipation of renewal. There’s something about the turn of a decade that ...

30 July 2020

How I spent my lockdown by Jessica Barry

The most surprising thing about lockdown was how little my life changed as a result of it. A year ago, my husband and I left our hectic lives – and ...

28 July 2020

10 Things I'd like my readers to know about me by CJ Lyons

*I'm a former pediatric emergency medicine physician *I've met a serial killer *I walked away from two hard landings in helicopters ...

27 July 2020

Exclusive: Ricky Gervais and After Life co-stars worried the world wasn't ready to laugh again

The stars of After Life have admitted they were concerned the world may not be ready to laugh again as the second season of the hit Netflix show premiered in the ...
27 July 2020

How I spent lockdown by Sheila Bugler

On the whole, my lockdown experience has been positive. This isn’t something I take for granted. I know how lucky I am to be able to say this. I live ...

23 July 2020

How I spent my lockdown by Kittie Lambton

Being at home has got me thinking. With my noise cancelling headphones permanently switched on to avoid the loud meetings and telephone calls about the house, I have found myself ...

23 July 2020

How I spent my lockdown by Annie Clarke

I spent much of my lockdown in the company of an alien that invaded my body, and made me as chubby as the fluffy fledgling birds nibbling the fat balls ...

23 July 2020

How I've spent my lockdown by Rachel Bonkink

While nothing is back to normal as we knew it, the question of how we have spent our lockdown is a daunting one for many. There’s a sudden realization that ...

23 July 2020

How I Write By Author Shari Lapena

My writing process is a bit of a mystery, even to me.  I have never been able to plot a novel out ahead of time. I started out writing literary ...

22 July 2020

Why it’s okay to show emotion (and cry) at work

Organizations and, if we believe stereotypes, male bosses often hold the belief that people should leave their emotions at the door when they come to work. In working with countless ...

22 July 2020

How I spent my lockdown by Beth Reekles

For a lot of us, lockdown was a massive shift. No more going into the office. Juggling meetings with childcare and home-schooling, being apart from friends and family… learning how ...

20 July 2020

Why a crazy idea can change your life by Celia Gaze

Celia Gaze... who went from NHS Director to putting bow ties on Llamas… Former NHS Director turned entrepreneur and author, Celia Gaze founded the multi award-winning Wellbeing Farm https://thewellbeingfarm.co.uk/ - ...

20 July 2020

Five things you need to do to ensure your business is safe, sustainable and profitable

The 20% Rule is the latest book from mutli-award winning bestselling female author, Catherine Gladwyn. In a world where business books are largely dominated by men it’s refreshing to see ...

18 July 2020

How I spent my lockdown by Rachel Billington

Three poems, one short story written, five paintings, two floribunda roses, twenty geranium, six nemesia, one blue agapantha, ten mixed nasturtium, two French lavender planted, fifty brambles cut back, one ...

17 July 2020

Kerry Fisher and Pat Sowa Co-authors of Take My Hand with Female First

Best friends since they met at university over thirty years ago, Kerry Fisher and Pat Sowa recently co-authored Take My Hand, the story of motherhood, grief and hope. In 2017, ...
16 July 2020

Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me by Susannah Dickey

1. I am partial to the 2003 FA Cup Final. I was 10, and I had crushes on the entire Arsenal starting 11. It was a big match for Southampton’s ...

14 July 2020

Exclusive: Mike Beckingham and Ruby Turner discuss their favourite day on the set of The Host

Produced by Zachary Weckstein and directed by Andrew Newbery, The Host "explores the dark corners of the human psyches" through the eyes of its lead characters Robert and Vera, played ...
14 July 2020

The Magic Art of Not Shopping (and saving a fortune) by Isabel Losada

If there is one thing we have all learnt in lockdown, it’s that we don’t need to go shopping. Certainly not for clothes. Let’s be honest - we don’t see ...

14 July 2020

My life during lockdown by Sean Heary

Before Covid-19, lockdown was a concept I’d associated with a fictional attack on the White House in an over-the-top Hollywood thriller. Now for a generation of global citizens the word ...

11 July 2020

Writing comedic crime fiction about the building trade…

By Matthew Ross, author of Death of a Painter, Red Dog Press, April 2020 Have you ever had a lifelong ambition and when you finally achieve it, it’s nothing like ...

11 July 2020

Why listening is the greatest gift you can give your colleagues by Richard Fox

Fully engaged, ‘active’ listening is hard work for beginners. It requires first a strong desire to hear what the other person is saying. This requires you to be genuinely interested ...

9 July 2020

Why is dream interpretation a valid technique in psychotherapy and self-development?

By Jacquie Flecknoe-Brown, author of The Dreamer’s Odyssey: A Guide to the Creative Unconscious, March 2020, Free Association Books, £14.99 The science of dreaming has not yet caught up with ...

8 July 2020

Why inclusivity shouldn’t be novel by Penny Batchelor

author of My Perfect Sister, RedDoor Press As soon as I learned to read I began my career as a bookworm. I devoured books like others did packets of crisps ...

8 July 2020

UK Exclusive: Gina Rodriguez on Scooby-Doo, voicing Velma and her favourite Scooby Snacks

With new animated family flick SCOOB! dropping Friday, July 10th at WatchScoob.co.uk and participating retailers, Warner Bros. UK have been sending out a slew of exciting interviews with the incredibly talented ...