Who Are You?, a children’s picture book that encourages discussions about identity and heritage, is now available in bookshops across
A protein activated by metformin, a medication taken by millions of diabetics, could potentially replicate the health benefits of exercise.
The UK’s longest-serving transgender prisoner is planning to run to be the UK’s first trans MP in her local constituency
A nine-year-old aspiring artist from an Ealing school self-published her first children’s book this year. Mia Piesse, a year five
It was a balloon sailing up into the air which first triggered Tooting based Amy Charuy-Hughes’ intrigue into the environment.
When tragedy struck Sam Bunch, she never would have guessed it would lead to publishing her own book. After the
Hollywood’s everyman Matt Damon found himself a focal point for the Internet’s collective ire back in September 2015. “Matt Damon
The world was left a little less lustrous following yesterday’s death of beloved fantasy author Terry Pratchett who had battled
Kingston University alumnus becomes bestselling author in Singapore with ‘Average Joe’s Guide to Investing’
A Kingston University alumnus has become a bestselling author in his native Singapore at just 26. Sudhan Purushothuman is the
Far from horrid, author Francesca Simon’s new children’s title Do you speak English, Moon? is inspired by her son and
‘Scum rises to the top in war’: Author Diana Darke to return to war-torn Syria and reclaim refugee safe haven seized by ‘friend’
Author Diana Darke told an enraptured audience at Wimbledon BookFest last weekend that she will return to war-torn Syria to