An experienced novelist and journalist
She has over a dozen fiction and non-fiction books to her name. Her most recent novels are Mother & Son...a novel about the adorable relationship between a single mum and her funny, mischevious child whose worlds are rocked when the child's father comes back into their lives. This came out in May 2014
Also out in May 2014 is Hollywood Bride - a book about a lovely, simple girl who marries the most famous actor on the planet. Hollywood Bride is the ebook version of Celebrity Bride which came out in 2009 (see video link to hear Alison talking about the book, and reading from it)
More about Alison
Alison Kervin a is an award-winning journalist, biographer and novelist. Her first novel was Wags Diary, in 2007, a book about super-Wag Tracie Martin and her extraordinary adventures with raccoon hair extensions and quilted Chanel bags. It was an instant best-seller...cover-mounted onto Glamour magazine where it reached an additional 750,000 readers.
Alison followed this with A Wag Abroad, which came out in August 2008. The second book in the series follows Tracie as she moves to Los Angeles and tries to befriend Posh Spice and introduce the locals to her unique brand of Wag styling. The third Wag book in the series was Wags At The World Cup - full of mishaps and catastrophes.
Alison also wrote Celebrity Bride, June 2009 (Hollywood Bride in ebook). The book is about a beautiful girl who meets and falls in love with a Hollywood superstar and becomes entangled in a bitter-sweet life in which she is hounded by the media, has girls throwing themselves at her boyfriend, and ends up being arrested for murder after an unfortunate incident with a Parisian stylist. It's a comedy with a dark twist in the middle!
Alison's sports writing credentials
Alison Kervin is the Sports Editor of the Mail on Sunday newspaper. She is the first female Sports Editor of a national newspaper in England. Before her editing job, Alison worked as chief sports feature writer for The Times, chief sports interviewer for the Daily Telegraph and editor of Rugby World magazine.
She has a hugely varied sporting CV. A sports science graduate, she was in the England gymnastics squad before qualifying as a coach for no fewer than 10 sports. In 1991, she became the first woman to referee a rugby match at Twickenham.
In 1994 she was appointed editor of Rugby World magazine. In 1997 she became publisher of IPC sports publications, overseeing Rugby World and Golf Monthly.
In 1999 she became rugby editor of The Times, before becoming the paper’s chief sports feature writer in 2003.
She left in 2006 to embark on a series of book projects: she wrote World Cup winning Rugby coach Sir Clive Woodward’s biography, and co-wrote autobiographies with Olympic athlete Denise Lewis and England rugby stars Jason Leonard and Phil Vickery. She has also written a History of the Rugby World Cup and five novels.
From 2008-9, Alison was also chief sports interviewer for the Daily Telegraph.
Away from newspapers and magazines, Alison has written a vast array of books - from authoritative sports books, to light-hearted comedy. She has written fifteen books in total, all of which are listed in the books section of this website.