In the Press

Since starting my blog many moons ago, I’ve been lucky enough to have been featured online, in print and on air.

My first online interview was with fellow book blogger, Margot from Project Lectitco.

You can listen to me being interviewed by Mariella Frostrup on the art of book blogging on BBC’s Open Book here (I’m fourteen minutes along the recording).

I was featured as one of Blogosphere Magazine’s Top 5 Book Bloggers in their Summer 2017 issue. Read the full article here.

The Bookseller Magazine featured me in their Job in 5 series, in which I spoke about what my job as a book blogger entails.

The UK’s longest running literary periodical, The London Magazine, interviewed me in the wake of my London Book Fair Book Blogger of The Year win. I spoke to them about everything from how blogging has changed the way we read to what life as a book blogger entails.

Strong Words Magazine interviewed me for their Blogtastic series. You can read it here.

I spoke to the Society of Young Publishers’ Magazine about blogging my way to a career in books and Better Words podcast interviewed me about my bookish life.

Luxury Lifestyle Mag interviewed me about how I made my passion into my career and I spoke to LUXlife about what inspired me to start blogging.

Scribendi also featured The Literary Edit as one of the 19 best book blogs to read in 2019.

Digital destination Bustle featured me and my book group, The Bondi Literary Salon, in a feature on 7 politically minded book clubs to inspire your own reading group.

I spoke to The Sunday Telegraph’s travel supplement, Escape, about why I take a novel approach to travelling.

I spoke to Eastern Suburbs magazine The Beast about why I love living in Sydney.

The Independent interviewed me about what how the literary world is adapting to survive lockdown.