Deborah O’Donoghue is a British-Irish writer who has lived in the UK, France and Belgium. She has travelled all over the world and worked in car body repairs, in the best fish ‘n’ chip shop in Brighton, and been a gopher in a comedy club, as well as a teacher. She’s a past winner of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association Short Story Prize. Her début novel, Sea of Bones, was published by Legend Press in 2019 and comes out in Germany in 2021. Follow Deborah on Twitter and Instagram.

15 May 2023

Uber UK to introduce flight bookings to its app

From this summer, Uber users will be able to book flights via the app that started as a disrupter to the taxi industry. Uber has partnered […]
12 May 2023

The worrying increase of mental health issues in a fragmented world

The world is facing an unprecedented rise of depression, suicide and mental health issues. According to the WHO World Mental Health report published in June 2022, […]
11 May 2023

What do retirees like to do for fun?

“I can’t wait to retire” is not a rarely heard statement. After working for so long, many people look forward to the peace and quiet of […]
10 May 2023

WhatsApp might no longer be available in the UK due to privacy concerns

WhatsApp might stop being available in the UK as legislators’ and tech companies’ diverging views clash over new safety bill. The Online Safety Bill, originally proposed […]
9 May 2023

Why Japanese workers are taking naps at the office

Being sleepy at work, we all know how it feels. You’re less productive, you feel cranky and at the same time you’re afraid you’ll either start […]
8 May 2023

Two European tourists expelled from Machu Picchu for taking nude photos

On Thursday May 4th, two European tourists, one French and one Swiss, were expelled from the archaeological site of Machu Picchu in Peru after one of […]
3 May 2023

Limited edition aviation tags made from downed Russian planes to support Ukraine war effort

Online retailer Part of a Plane has partnered with Ukrainian company Fuselage Creations to offer aviation enthusiast the opportunity of owning a piece of a downed […]
1 May 2023

One in five cars sold in 2023 will be electric, new report shows

More than 10 million electric cars were sold worldwide in 2022, according to the IEA’s annual Global Electric Vehicle Outlook, and sales are expected to grow […]
26 April 2023

Heathrow to give out commemorative luggage tags for King’s Coronation

Heathrow is set to release an exclusive run of commemorative luggage tags to mark the Coronation of King Charles III. The UK’s busiest airport is preparing […]
26 April 2023

Antwerp’s MoMu explores fashion’s love affair with Man Ray

Just opened at Antwerp’s MoMu is an exhibition bound to draw in lovers of photography and fashion. Man Ray and Fashion (22 April – 13 August […]
25 April 2023

World’s first foiling centre console boat now available for pre-order

Centre console boats for fishing, families and water sports are the most popular recreational vessels in the world, with around 50,000 sold annually in the US […]
25 April 2023

What is World Naked Gardening Day?

The spring has begun, plants have started to grow and gardeners all over the world have once again begun their battle against those wicked weeds. There’s […]
20 April 2023

How to avoid jet lag?

Jet lag is a temporary sleep disorder that can occur when you travel across multiple time zones.  1. Jet lag Its scientific name is called circadian […]
20 April 2023

Martinique added to the list of Blue Zones

Yesterday, we told you everything there is to know about Blue Zones. In short, people in certain regions of the world are prone to reach the […]
19 April 2023

Why people living in ‘Blue Zones’ have a longer life expectancy

For centuries humans have tried to find a way to escape death. Philosophers, novelists, and physicians alike have toiled with the dream of many: how to […]
18 April 2023

Europe’s horniest countries revealed

When going on a holiday abroad, we all have our priorities. Maybe you’re a culture fanatic who likes to visit at least three museums a day, […]