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18 August 2021

Why I love a twisted family drama, by Shari Lapena

Who doesn’t love a twisted family drama? I, of course, love a twisted family drama with a crime thrown in. And my latest is no exception. In Not a Happy ...
18 August 2021

Fans still meeting sporting heroes thanks to Tokyo Together online experiences

Tokyo hosted an amazing Olympic Games and are about to get an unforgettable Paralympics underway but there is just one thing missing, well thousands of things missing – fans. These ...
18 August 2021

Seven things about The Paris Wife, by Meghan Masterson

To celebrate the release of her new book, The Paris Wife, we asked author Meghan Masterson to let us in on some details about the novel! Here's what she had to ...
18 August 2021

What’s next after What If?

This article may contain spoilers for Black Widow’s post-credit scene Many fans are simply in love with what Marvel has put out onto Disney+ this year (2021), with WandaVision blowing fans ...
18 August 2021

Happy Gilmore revisited: Adam Sandler’s golfing classic is still the perfect laugh-a-minute comedy

Comedy films may be the genre that gets indicted into the hall of fame least often, as action movies and dramas tend to be remembered as ‘classics’ more frequently. However, ...
17 August 2021

Lexus Celebrates Grand Touring Tradition with UK Travel Posters featuring the LC Convertible

With the post-lockdown return to the roads and the growing popularity of the staycation, Lexus celebrates the grand touring tradition with three travel posters created by UK artists, featuring the ...

17 August 2021

Six things I'd like readers to know about my novel Matilda Windsor Is Coming Home, by Anne Goodwin

To celebrate the release of her new book Matilda Windsor Is Coming Home, we asked author Anne Goodwin to let us in on what the novel is all about, including some ...
17 August 2021

Elena Fuks on How She Helps Develop Tourism in Uzbekistan

In Uzbekistan, tourism is one of the more popular and actively developing business venues. At the moment, many experts are providing opinions on what could draw foreign tourists to the ...
16 August 2021

Women becoming more important both as viewers and participants in the Olympics

Many sports are striving towards gender equality with some doing better than others but the Summer Olympics has made massive strides in achieving this goal. Women are now becoming more ...
16 August 2021

JOURNEY BIG THIS SUMMER WITH MINI COUNTRYMAN AND LONGLEAT

Longleat visitors can Journey Big this summer, enjoying an exclusive experience with MINI UK. Longleat, the UK’s No.1 Safari Park, is a land of adventure. Home to roaming lions, stalking ...

14 August 2021

Sinister Saturday: How Catherine Genovese’s murder led to a psychological discovery

A murder is always a saddening a shocking event, especially if those around do little or nothing to help. This week’s true crime case focuses on the bystander effect, discovered ...

14 August 2021

August 14 Movie News Roundup: Venom 2 delay, Florence Pugh’s new project, and more!

This week has been filled with intriguing news to say the least; Nicolas Cage fronts yet another movie, a Cruella sequel is in discussion, the next two Avatar sequels appear ...
13 August 2021

Live out Friday the 13th with seven horror movies to keep you company

Horror movies are a favourite among many, with people opting to watch a slasher or supernatural flick over a comedy or romance. Today (13th August, 2021) is Friday the 13th, ...
11 August 2021

Friday the 13th revisited: This reboot of a horror classic brought Jason Voorhees back to life

Horror movies are of course popular, and always have been, especially during and since the 1980s. This decade saw some exceptional films grace cinemas, such as The Thing (1982) and ...

10 August 2021

High points and pitfalls of writing in different genres, by Gail Aldwin

It’s considered good advice for authors to aim for success in one genre of writing and stick to it. There are few literary agents who seek to represent authors working ...
9 August 2021

Seven must-see Roku Originals, from The Demi Lovato Show to Punk’d

With so many streaming platforms available, it’s easy for some to get lost in the fray! Today (August 9th, 2021), we’re taking a look at some of the best Roku ...
7 August 2021

Sinister Saturday: Ronald DeFeo Jr's crimes served as inspiration for an unnerving horror movie

Many horror movies have been inspired by or based on true events; 2005’s The Amityville Horror is one of them. The film is based on this story of Ronald DeFeo, ...

7 August 2021

August 7 Movie News Roundup: News on Halloween Ends, a Hunger Games prequel, and more!

This past week has been, as every week seems to be, filled to the brim with exciting movie news! This week, we saw a second trailer for Venom: Let There ...
6 August 2021

The antidote to an overdose of Swedish noir, by Vivien Prais

Readers of Swedish novels of the last three decades could be forgiven for assuming that Sweden is populated with depressed, violent, or autistic people spreading murder and mayhem. From Henning ...
5 August 2021

The motions of dealing with an empty nest, by Elizabeth Enfield

When my youngest child left home I felt physically sick and winded. I could not eat for a couple of days and barely slept for a week. His departure for ...
5 August 2021

Seven signs you're in a toxic friendship, by Anna Kent

To celebrate the release of her new book, The House of Whispers, author Anna Kent has written a feature for Female First, all about the signs you should look out for ...
5 August 2021

National Family Fun Month: Celebrate August, 2021 with some hilarious comedies!

August 2021 is National Family Fun Month, which means that the next few weeks should be filled with amazing days out, picnics and all sorts! But, if you don’t fancy ...
5 August 2021

Exclusive: Why Doisy & Dam wanted to make a responsible change to the chocolate industry

Chocolatiers Doisy & Dam recently launched their first brand new product innovation of 2021 - the Peanut D&Ds. Shaking up the confectionary aisle, they're celebrating just how far they've come ...
5 August 2021

A day in the life of Nell Carter - author of 'On the Bright Side'

These days, I find it less easy to sleep through the night than I used to, so I can often be found up at the computer as early as five ...