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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 ...
7 July 2020
Author Like Mother Like Daughter Elle Croft Talks To Us
I’m often asked where I like to write, and over the years my reply has become almost apologetic, as though I really should offer a more interesting response. But the ...
23 June 2020
Literature and Music: Liar Author Lesley Pearse Reveals Her Ideal 'Liar' Soundtrack
Have you ever asked yourself what music would complement the latest novel you are about to read? Well we asked author Lesley Pearse for her recommendations for the perfect soundtrack ...
18 June 2020
7 things I’d like readers to know about me - Suzy K Quinn
My name is Suzy and I am a chocaholic. I have two or three mega-strong 70% hot chocolate drinks every day, plus a chocolate bars and biscuits. If I don’t ...
12 June 2020
Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me
Everyone’s memory is unreliable because we all see things differently: you might see the plum tree with its delicate white blossoms and the wind rustling the leaves on the red ...
10 June 2020
How the coronavirus has affected my writing life - Molly Green
Stay at home? Fantastic. You have a tickle in your throat? No problem to self-isolate. It’s what we authors do – sometimes for hours on end – so immersed in ...
9 June 2020
Midnight Twins Author Holly Race Reveals her Inspiration For Her Fantasy Trilogy
Female First had an exclusive chat with author Holly Race during which she gave us an insight into how she came up her fantasy trilogy the first of which is ...
29 May 2020
Seven things I did not know about writing J S Margot
Author J S Margot spent time with us as she revealed the seven things that she learned about writing including a Royal invite as a result. 1 Pepper and salt: ...
27 May 2020
Tamsin Calidas - Seven things My Readers Should Know About Me
Leading Author Tamsin Calidas took time out from her busy schedule to share an insight into her life by revealing her top seven things that we and her readers should ...
26 May 2020
10 Things I Want My Readers to Know About Me - MN Grenside
1) My start in business was with Lloyd’s of London as a Broker specialising in insurance against Kidnap and Ransom and Expropriation of Assets by unfriendly Governments or Regimes. After ...
23 May 2020
7 Life Lessons I learned Growing up in a Big Family - Lian Dolan
Nothing shapes us quite like our family of origin. In my book, The Sweeney Sisters, I recreate some of the interaction that I experienced with my siblings, both the good ...
22 May 2020
Life with five - Gillian Harvey
Author Gillian Harvey shares with Female First what its like writing while attending to the needs of five children and who she credits for her success. Having five children wasn’t ...
14 May 2020
READY TO RISE – Author Jo Saxton On FEMALE LEADERSHIP
Jo Saxton author of ‘Ready To Rise' spoke to Femalefirst outlining how she sees female leadership evolving today and the highs and lows experienced by women who are stepping out of the ...
14 May 2020
Nine things I didn’t know about writing a book—until I wrote one - Esther Amini
Courage: I recently wrote a memoir entitled: “Concealed” about growing up first generation American in my Persian home. My parents were Orthodox Jews from the Iranian city of Mashhad. Orphaned ...
12 May 2020
The Importance of forgiveness in life and death
By Karen Wyatt MD for Female First In my work as a hospice physician I spent countless hours at the bedsides of dying patients and had the opportunity to listen ...
8 May 2020
Vikki Holstein: Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me
When I was four, I was handed into the lost and found at the Royal Melbourne Show because I’d followed a horse instead of my parents. The year I turned ...
21 April 2020
Five ways music can help in difficult times
We are all struggling at the moment. Struggling to get our head around the enormity of the current situation, struggling to find the essentials to feed our families, struggling to ...
16 April 2020
Why we should all write a love letter, at least once in our lives by Olivia Beirne
How often do you receive a letter? Not a generated one offering you an eye test, or scalding you for creeping back into your overdraft, but a real one from ...
16 April 2020
Rachel Abbott: Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me
I published my first novel when I was fifty-nine, and my message to anyone who would love to write but thinks “it’s too late for me” would be “think again”, ...
16 April 2020
Five books that make me cry by Anna McPartlin
- 1. My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult. Basically a child is conceived to save her dying sister. An incredible story, beautifully told and I cried throughout. 2. Tell The Wolves I’m ...
14 April 2020
Seven ways to stay optimistic by Dani DiPirro
Some are born with that innate ability to seek out the good in every situation and do their best to make the most of it. For the rest (most) of ...
12 April 2020
Author Louise Poynton honours David Cassidy with new book Cherish: A Legacy of Love
David Cassidy climbed into the hearts of millions of teenagers because he represented something made of pure beauty. David has always been a huge part of my life. I have ...
9 April 2020
Hina Belitz: Seven things I'd like my readers to know about me