Kervin has previously written two novels (The WAG’s Diary, A WAG Abroad and WAGs at the World Cup). Her third novel Celebrity Bride was published in June 2009 and its sequel is being published in June 2010.
Kervin was formerly the Chief Sports Feature Writer of The Times newspaper where she wrote a weekly interview - The Kervin Interview - for three years.
Kervin has written nine sport-related books including Denise Lewis: Personal Best, Jason Leonard: The Autobiography, Sports Writing, The Unofficial Guide to the Rugby World Cup and Clive Woodward: The Biography and Thirty Bullies. She has also ghost-written a number of columns for The Times, including Jonny Wilkinson's.
Before working as a newspaper and magazine interviewer, Kervin was The Times’ rugby editor for two years, and prior to that she was editor of Rugby World - the biggest selling rugby magazine in the world. She has also worked on Golf Monthly and Women & Golf.
She has also worked as a journalist for publications as diverse as The Spectator, New Statesman, Company, Woman’s Own, Vogue, New York Times, Sydney Morning Herald, That’s Life, You magazine, The Mail on Sunday, The Daily Telegraph, Country Life and Tatler. She currently works as the Chief Sports Interviewer for the Daily Telegraph.
Kervin worked for the Rugby Football Union as the public relations manager of the England team and was the first woman presenter on Rugby Special and the first woman to referee at Twickenham. She also holds coaching qualifications in ten sports, and sits on numerous judging panels including the BAFTAS, BBC Sports Personality of the Year, Laureus International Sports Awards and the Magazine Journalist and Sports Journalist of the Year Awards.
Kervin was short-listed for the 2004 and 2005 Interviewer of the Year award for her work on The Times and The Sunday Times. She was also Woman of Achievement in Cosmopolitan magazine and won Feature Writer of the Year, Interviewer of the Year and Magazine Editor of the Year in the IPC magazine awards.