Are You Really OK? – Roman Kemp

Published By: Mirror BooksPages: 300Released On: 27/10/2022 Capital DJ Roman Kemp has achieved much success but he hasn’t had an easy ride. He’s battled depression since the age of 15, once contemplated suicide, and has bravely fought to smash the stigma surrounding medication and mental health. The lifelong Arsenal supporter grafted his way to Capital’sContinue reading “Are You Really OK? – Roman Kemp”

Playing Under The Piano – Hugh Bonneville

Published By: AbacusPages: 384Released On: 13/10/2022 Hugh Bonneville is one of Britain’s most accomplished actors, familiar to audiences worldwide for his roles in Notting Hill, the Paddington films and Downton Abbey. From getting his big break as Third Shepherd in the school nativity play, to mistaking a Hollywood star for an estate agent, Hugh creates a brilliantly vivid picture ofContinue reading “Playing Under The Piano – Hugh Bonneville”

Dear Dolly – Dolly Alderton

Published By: Penguin Fig TreePages: 240Released On: 27/10/2022 Since early 2020, Dolly Alderton has been sharing her wisdom, warmth and wit with the countless people who have written in to her Dear Dolly agony aunt column in The Sunday Times Style. Their questions range from the painfully – and sometimes hilariously – relatable to the occasionally bizarre. They includeContinue reading “Dear Dolly – Dolly Alderton”

Performance and Purpose in Dying and Death – C K Hogan

Published By: Free Association BooksReleased On: 30/11/2022 This book addresses the dying process and the nature of death itself with the intention that it might help us to accept and embrace both these things as a part of life. Intended to provide a shift in perception, this book aims to alleviate some of the fear,Continue reading “Performance and Purpose in Dying and Death – C K Hogan”

The Writer’s Journey – Travis Elborough

Published By: White Lion PublishingPages: 224 Released On: 18/10/2022 Some truly remarkable works of literature have been inspired by writers spending time away from their typical surroundings. From epic road trips andarduous treks into remote territories to cultural tours and sojourns in the finest hotels, this book explores 35 influential journeys taken by literary greats and reveals the repercussions of those travels on theContinue reading “The Writer’s Journey – Travis Elborough”

A Heart That Works – Rob Delaney

Published By: CoronetPages: 192Released On: 20/10/2022 When you’re a parent and your child gets hurt or sick, you not only try to help them get better but you also labour under the general belief that you can help them get better. That’s not always the case though. Sometimes the nurses and the doctors can’t fixContinue reading “A Heart That Works – Rob Delaney”

Undoctored – Adam Kay

Published By: TrapezePages: 288Released On: 15/09/2022 This is Going to Hurt was the publishing phenomenon of the century, read by many millions, loved by at least fifty of them, and adapted into a major TV series. But it was only part of the story.  Undoctored is about what happens when a doctor hangs up his scrubs, butContinue reading “Undoctored – Adam Kay”

N-4 Down: The Hunt for the Arctic Airship Italia – Mark Piesing

Published By: MarinerPages: 448Released On: 13/10/2022 The riveting true story of the largest polar rescue mission in history: the desperate race to find the survivors of the glamorous Arctic airship Italia, which crashed near the North Pole in 1928. During the Roaring Twenties, zeppelin travel embodied the exuberant spirit of the age. Germany’s luxurious Graf Zeppelin ran passenger serviceContinue reading “N-4 Down: The Hunt for the Arctic Airship Italia – Mark Piesing”

Eliot’s Book of Bookish Lists – Henry Eliot

Published By: PenguinPages: 160Released On: 06/10/2022 Who had birds called Death, Wigs and Spinach? How do you spell the noise of a door slamming? Whose working title was The Chronic Argonauts? Henry Eliot – author, editor and insatiable bookworm – has ransacked the libraries and archives of world literature, compiling hundreds of bookish lists. This eclecticContinue reading “Eliot’s Book of Bookish Lists – Henry Eliot”

What Remains – Rupert Callender

Published By: Chelsea GreenPages: 336Released On: 15/09/2022 When he became an undertaker, Rupert Callender undertook to deal with the dead for the sake of the living. What Remains? is the brilliant, unforgettable story of the life and work of the world’s first punk undertaker – but it is also a book about ordinary, everyday humanityContinue reading “What Remains – Rupert Callender”