Linda Formichelli

Wonderful Women Interview with Author Linda Formichelli

Welcome to Wonderful Women, my regular interview feature which celebrates all the kick-ass, talented ladies across the world! This week, I'm chatting to writer Linda Formichelli, who has written for over 150 magazines since 1997, including Family Circle, Redbook, Health, Pizza Today, WebMD, and Writer’s Digest.
Emma Ross of Myroo

Wonderful Women Interview with Emma Ross of Blog Mamalina

Welcome to the latest Wonderful Women with talented blogger and vlogger Emma Ross of Mamalina, I love Emma's honest, direct and touching style which sees her writing and vlogging about the issues that affect so many of us, covering everything from breastfeeding to babymoons.
Baroness Margaret McDonagh

Wonderful Women Interview with Baroness Margaret McDonagh

Welcome to the latest edition of Wonderful Women, a regular feature on Honest Mum that celebrates and provides insight into the minds of the some of the UK's most successful and creative females. In this feature, I speak to Baroness Margaret McDonagh, former General Secretary of the Labour Party from 1998-2001 who played a pivotal role in helping Labour win its landslide elections during her time there.
Novellist

Wonderful Women Interview with Sunday Times Bestselling Author Kate Thompson

Kate Thompson is an author, journalist and ghostwriter. Her debut novel, Secrets of the Singer Girls, became a Sunday Times bestseller and is followed by the recently released, Secrets of the Sewing Bee. Kate lives in Twickenham with her husband Ben, their two sons, Ronnie (8) and Stanley (4) and an elderly Jack Russell called Twinkle.
kirsty

Wonderful Women Interview with Author Kirsty Smith

In this latest instalment of Wonderful Women, I interview fellow Yorkshire lass and hilariously funny blogger and author Kirsty Smith, who has recently penned her first book on parenting, ‘How to have a baby and not lose your Sh**’.
patience brewster

Wonderful Women With Patience Brewster, Artist & Entrepreneur

If there is one thing Patience Brewster is, it is an honest mum. Motherhood always came first, now and back in the late 70’s early 80’s, what she refers to as the dark ages, at a time when it was not so easy to work at home. No daycare at first, no computers. But it provided the best of both worlds as she illustrated children’s books with babies on her desk, and as her children got older, painted for galleries and for stationery companies and then designs for a huge international gift company.