As well as being a jolly fine author herself, Fanny Blake is Books Editor of Woman & Home Magazine. Who better to ask for a few Summer reading recommendations?
In the finale of our celebration of the very best in Irish fiction, Rachael English puts her questions to the wonderful Cathy Kelly.
In the second of a series of interviews between Irish authors, Ella Griffin asks, author and journalist, Rachael English five questions about writing her engaging portrait of modern family life in Dublin, Each and Every One.
2014 Good Housekeeping novel writing competition winner, and author of The Daughter’s Secret, Eva Holland explores why we enjoy reading about bad things happening to nice people.
We sat down for a chat with Fanny Blake, author of With a Friend Like You and Books Editor of WOMAN & HOME magazine to talk book recommendations, dream jobs and writing rituals.
Anna Freeman is the author of The Fair Fight, a vibrant tale of female boxers and their scheming patrons in 18th-century Bristol. We had a chat with Anna and found out why she wishes she could spend her days making tiny things, and whether she actually took up boxing as research.
We sat down for a chat with Sunday Times bestseller Cathy Kelly to find out all about her funny, emotional, heart-warming new novel, It Started With Paris.
Having worked as the Manager of Literary Awards and Membership at PEN America Center, Alena Graedon is no stranger to the world of communication. Her debut novel,The Word Exchange is a literary thriller and a love story set in a world threatened by the disappearance of language. We caught up with her to hear more about the inspirations for the novel.