Jane Wenham-Jones presents…

Jane Wenham-Jones

cover - prime-time (sm)As well as 100 Ways to Fight the Flab, Jane has also written four novels and two non-fiction books – Wannabe a Writer? – a humorous look at becoming a scribe  – and Wannabe a Writer We’ve Heard Of?  a guide to the art of self-publicity As a freelance journalist she has appeared in a wide range of women’s magazines and national newspapers and  writes regular columns for Woman’s Weekly and Writing Magazine, where she is the agony aunt. She is a member of Equity, has presented for the BBC on both TV and radio and has done her fair share of daytime TV, particularly when promoting her controversial second novel Perfect Alibis (subtitled How to have an affair and get away with it…). It was those – sometimes hair-raising – TV experiences that inspired Prime Time.

100 Book cover Dec 2013 - front (small)A prolific speaker, Jane also broadcasts on radio, works the after-dinner circuit, talks to writers groups and conferences, and has worked as a celebrity speaker on P&O’s cruise ship, Arcadia. She has hosted the Romance Novelists’ Association’s RoNas – the annual awards for the best in Romantic Fiction Romantic Fiction for the last three years, and presents events at the Guildford Book Festival each year.

As an interviewer/chair, she has presented panels and been “in conversation with” dozens of authors and personalities including Julian Clary, Richard Madeley,  Judy Finnigan, Jenny Éclair, Helen Lederer, Amanda Ross, Victoria Hislop, Bel Mooney, Irma Kurtz, Lucy Mangan, Steve Furst, Tim Bentinck, Mavis Cheek, Kay Burley, Katie Fforde, Jill Mansell, Rachel Allen, Penny Vincenzi and Kate Mosse.

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TV Credits include: Ready, Steady, Cook; Loose Lips; Kilroy; Just for Starters;  The Russell Grant Show; The Heaven and Earth Show; The Politics Show; The Property Channel; Legal TV; The Wright Stuff; and Inside Out.

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