I have written 9 non-fiction books; one eBook; one ghostwritten book and I am working on my next.
A nostalgic and heart-warming homage to the world’s most popular sitcom, Friends for Life distils the wisdom of the TV series, providing readers with advice and practical tips for pivoting – sorry, perfecting – the art of friendship.
Having a group of ride-or-die mates has never been more important, because when life kicks you in the teeth (especially if they’re luminous like Ross’s), you know they’ll help you come out stronger on the other side. This book takes lessons from the show on how to (and how not to) deal with issues such as living together, borrowing money, dating, arguments and knowing when to step-up or step away.
With everything from actionable strategies, magazine-style quizzes, listicles and countdowns of the best insults, all beautifully emphasised with bespoke line illustrations, Friends for Life is the perfect book for new and returning fans alike.
Based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) the This Book Will Make You… self-help series is accessible, relatable, straight-forward and funny. Packed full of strategies that provide immediate results as well as long-term change, they’re designed to make your life happier and healthier, whatever you’re facing. Published by Quercus, they’ve been translated into dozens of languages and Happy, Calm and Sleep even come in fancy hardback editions. The whole series is available to buy at your local bookshop, as well as Amazon, Waterstones and Foyles.
I was incredibly privileged to work with Gemma Atkinson on her debut health and fitness book, The Ultimate Body Plan. One-third biography, one-third exercise plans, and one-third recipes, the book provides an achievable programme to look and feel your best, whatever your current fitness levels. Gemma’s fun, friendly tone and no-holds barred honesty made it a joy to write and pushed it to the UK Top 10 Bestseller list.
In partnership with Women’s Health (UK), I wrote an eBook on raising body positive/body neutral girls and young women. Via research and interviews with therapists, teachers, coaches and parents, the book provides background on how and why body image plays such a key role in kids’ development. Strategies are provided on how to boost self-esteem in children from birth all the way up to age 18, teaching them to appreciate what their bodies can do rather than what they look like, as well as ensuring we adults don’t pass on our own body confidence issues. Click on the image to be redirected to a PDF.