Connect is taking a break for May, as we celebrate International Chick Lit Month over on its dedicated website, brought to you by the teams behind Chicklit Club, Chick Lit is Not Dead, Chick Lit Central and Novelicious.
Some of the articles to check out include:
Authors and readers unite to reveal why they love chick lit.
Claudia Carroll talks about her life as a writer.
150 Pounds author Kate Rockland answers seven random questions.
Ellen Sussman talks about the intense publisher interest in her French Lessons novel.
Jen Tucker on how she would spend a day with Bridget Jones.
Alexandra Potter reveals what sparked her new novel Don’t You Forget About Me.
The Wedding Season author Su Dharmapala on the key to her creativity.
Manic Mommy’s journey from blogger to author.
Cari Kamm lets us know what her Fake Perfect Me heroine Isabella is up to now.
Eleanor Prescott asks how do you write the perfect hero.
Seven random questions with Eve Marie Mont.
Carole Matthews reveals who is her favourite chick lit hero.
Sue Moorcroft writes a letter to her unpublished self.
Molly Shapiro answers seven random questions.
Rebecca L. Boschee asks what makes you feel connected to a heroine.
Lulu Taylor says she can’t imagine life without books and stories.
Allie Larkin’s infinite playlist: the songs that inspired Stay.
Ali McNamara on why family is her biggest support.
Alyssa Goodnight answers seven random questions.
Liz Fenwick’s letter to her unpublished self.
Victoria Fox reveals her favourite book cover of the year.
Keris Stainton on her favourite feminist reads for teens.
Feral Bells author Peta-Jo on her love of books.
Jane Porter goes country again.
Caroline Finnerty on why dreams really do come true.
7 Random Questions with Lauren Baratz-Logsted.
Clodagh Murphy on her favourite chick lit fella.
Julia Williams’ letter to her unpublished self.
Sasha Wagstaff shares her writing tips.
Jessica Thompson writes about the experience of seeing her debut novel This is a Love Story published.
Michele Gorman on her interactive novel-writing experiment.
Rose McClelland shares her tips for getting over a break-up.
Susan McBride on life imitating art.
Nicola Moriarty talks about following in the footsteps of her best-selling author sisters.
Jane Green revisits Jemina J and writes about her life now.
Dina Silver reveals what Sydney from One Pink Line is up to these days.
Beth Harbison answers seven random questions.
Alison Lucy’s favourite chick lit protagonist.
Miranda Dickinson‘s letter to her unpublished self.
Niamh Greene reveals Five Surprising Things You May Not Know About Being a Writer
Sinead Moriarty‘s letter to her unpublished self.
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