A selection of press and blog features
Press release. A New Song for Nina by Fiona Joseph wins Language Learner Literature Award from Extensive Reading Foundation.
A blog post on Cadbury women workers in WW1 featured on the National Army Museum’s website ahead of my talk there on 22 September 2016.
Press release. A New Song For Nina by Fiona Joseph shortlisted in Language Learner Literature Awards 2016.
Five Things I’ve Learned As An Afternoon Speaker on OAPSchat.
A Day in the Life of Fiona Joseph in Frost Magazine.
‘Birmingham Author finds inspiration from Cadbury Archives for her latest book’ – a blog feature on Bournville Village news site.
An article in BOURNVILLE PAGES magazine on ‘Beatrice Cadbury: The Heiress Who Gave Away Her Fortune’ (see p.42). This article follows my presentation for The Bournville Society in March.
An interview on my life as a Birmingham author in the new Writing West Midlands brochure.
‘One story of chocolate, another of Portugal’ – a feature by journalist Sue Hall for Portugal Resident magazine on Beatrice Cadbury and Sue’s visit to the Cadbury archives.
‘From Beatrice to Beatrix’ in The Friend (subscription only). Review of BEATRICE: The Cadbury Heiress Who Gave Away Her Fortune.
The whole Beatrice book is marvellous … I wholeheartedly recommend it.
Mike King, author of ‘Quakernomics: An Ethical Capitalism’
Enterprising role model. A feature in the May 2013 issue of Chamberlink (official publication of Birmingham Chamber of Commerce Group).
‘Accidental’ author speaks on her latest sweet subject. A feature in the Great Barr Observer following my talk at Pheasey Library.
The Cadbury daughter who gave away everything. A Birmingham Post feature about Beatrice Cadbury by social historian Chris Upton.
Perhaps, with Fiona Joseph’s enlightening book, Beatrice too needs to be added to the Cadbury narrative. Cadbury World would be all the richer (in a metaphorical sense, at least) for her inclusion.
A feature in Birmingham City University’s postgraduate magazine, describing how the Graduate Diploma in Writing course helped me launch a writing career.
A West Midlands Readers’ Network article (by me) about setting up Foxwell Press and its plans for the future.
Writer and blogger Joanne Fox did a write-up of my visit to Olton Creative Writing Group, where I talked about BEATRICE.
Featured Author on the West Midlands Readers’ Network. (Scroll down to read my profile.)
The release of the Kindle edition of BEATRICE, reported on the Bournville Village blog.
An extensive author interview with Tricia Wombell about my motivation for writing Beatrice Cadbury’s life story.
Tricia Wombell tips my forthcoming book ‘Beatrice’ to be one of the Hot Reads for 2011. Thank you Tricia!
‘What happened when we made time’: a feature on eight women and how we carve out time to do the things we love (in my case, writing).