Tania O’Donnell (née Ahsan) is a senior editor working in print and digital mediums. She has previously edited Tandoori magazine for Subcontinent Publishing, Prediction magazine for Time Inc, Kindred Spirit for Metropolis Media Group and the African Business Journal for George Media. She was launch editorial director on Feast publications. She has also edited both commercial and editorial supplements for Metro newspaper focusing on subjects such as food & drink, property and education. She has edited legal commercial and property precedents websites and books for Thomson Reuters’ Sweet & Maxwell imprint. She has served as editor for the Quality Food Awards brand and is chair of spirits judging for 2018 at the Quality Drink Awards.
Her work as a freelance journalist has included covering travel, food & drink, interiors, alternative therapies and the arts, among other subjects, for national newspapers and magazines including the Guardian, Metro and Easyjet Traveller.
She has also edited books for Watkins Publishing Ltd, commissioning best-selling authors and delivering several illustrated and mono non-fiction titles including a number of children’s books. She is considered a Mind, Body, Spirit expert having written about and commissioned in the subject over several years.
As an author, she has ghostwritten for HarperCollins as well as writing a number of books under her own name. The latest A History of Courtship is out now with Pen & Sword books. She is currently working on a book on suffragettes for the same historical publisher as well as a new self-help book about balancing work and domestic life.
In May 2018 she launched an online magazine called HappilyTania, which covers everything to do with domestic life including interiors, decluttering, relationships and entertaining. She is a founding member of Green Cover Media, a content agency providing editorial services to brands and individuals.