Katy Brand reckons the day her latest book was released was a bit like her wedding day - just without a groom.
Good news, girls – Sex And The City is back, still as raunchy as ever but this time older, wiser and specially designed for the more mature among us.
Best-selling artist Johanna Basford on inspiring millions of DIY doodlers and going head to head in charts with beer tycoon husband
From a blank canvas, Johanna Basford appears to have sketched the perfect life.
Like a fine wine, Adele Parks says her writing has matured as she has aged.
It’s often said you should never judge a book by its cover – but, according to author Tom Moles, people are most certainly judging you by the books you read.
Jane Graham is a psychotherapist who specialises in working with trauma. The woman who lays claim to the Graham of Montrose tartan is more accustomed to writing for scientific journals than penning novels.
It has become the essential feminist novel, a modern literary classic.
Bumping into the late poet laureate, Sir John Betjeman, proved to be an inspirational moment for bestselling author Miranda Dickinson. The “beyond the grave encounter” has led her to pen what she says is her finest novel yet – a love story that starts with a goodbye.
The day that changed my life almost happened without me. I was having lunch at the swish central London offices of Good Housekeeping magazine with the other finalists of their First Novel competition.
Her terrifying thriller about a psychopathic stalker gripped horror master Stephen King and spawned one of Netflix’s most binge-worthy thrillers.
Authors often derive inspiration from most unusual sources and for Michael Bond it was a diminutive toy bear, bought as a stocking-filler from Selfridges one Christmas Eve.