Honey Debney-Succoia

Deputy Content Editor

Our Deputy Content Editor Honey Debney-Succoia is Jenny’s right-hand person – she looks after Colouring Heaven Junior, puts together and sends Discovery Club emails, hosts our Colouring Club and helps to get Colouring Heaven, Colouring Heaven Collection and Colouring Heaven Presents to the printer on time.

What’s your favourite colour?
Green, it reminds me of nature and I find it really calming.

What are your hobbies?
Cooking, yoga, walks in nature, listening to music and watching films!

What is your favourite Colouring Heaven issue?
Bohemian Beauties, definitely! T Fallon does such a brilliant job of capturing the women and their hair is just stunning. I obviously also love our Colouring Heaven Collection Mandalas issue but I am definitely biased as I illustrated it!

When did you start colouring?
I’ve always loved art and my mum did so many craft activities with me and my siblings growing up - but I ran an illustration society when I was at university and that was when my love of it really took off again.

How many siblings do you have?
I have two little brothers – I'm the eldest of the bunch!

What is your favourite film?
Oh gosh that’s a hard question – it changes all the time. I do really love Booksmart and The Secret Garden though.

One thing most people don’t know about you?
Not many people tend to know that I can cook and worked as a chef whilst I completed my degree.

What is your favourite food?
I love Japanese and Vietnamese food - it’s delicious and comforting but I feel good after eating it.

What is your dream holiday?
Either a getaway to a log cabin by a lake in the mountains or an English countryside cottage out in the middle of nowhere. Whichever it is, I’d mainly just want to be surrounded by nature.

Are you a dog or a cat person?
I used to not be either but my fiancee has converted me to being a dog person!

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