In day two of our #WonderWomen celebration, Veronica Henry joins us to talk about her literary heroine.
To celebrate International Women’s Day we are asking our authors who their #WonderWomen are. This morning Fearne Cotton popped in for a chat, and this afternoon we are joined by the wonderful Kate Williams to talk all things Bronte.
To celebrate the publication of Vigilante in paperback, author Shelley Harris sat down with her literary agent Jo to talk superheros and parenting teenagers.
We asked a few questions of Shelley Harris, the author of Vigilante, to get to know her a bit better.
13 Minutes by Sarah Pinborough is a gripping psychological thriller about people, fears, manuiplation and the power of the truth. A stunning read, it questions our relationships – and what we really know about the people closest to us . Here, Sarah talks through the process of writing the book Stephen King called ‘moving and totally involving’.
Brooke Magnanti, scientist and author of the bestselling Secret Diary of a Call Girl books, popped in to discuss the portrayal of women in fiction, ahead of the publication of her new crime novel The Turning Tide.
Emer O’Toole writes for various online publications, including the Guardian and the feminist blog Vagenda. In her latest book Girls will be Girls, Emer explores what it really means to ‘act like a girl’, and lovingly dissects subjects such as booty-shaking, family dinners and full-body waxing, so we were delighted to find out more about her in this Q&A.