Thirty Things I Love About Myself

Paperback edition released 20/01/2022

by Radhika Sanghani

Modern and Contemporary Fiction Literary Fiction

Thirty Things I Love About Myself Synopsis

'Funny and charming' PANDORA SYKES 'Just brilliant!' NIMCO ALI 'So good!' JANE FALLON 'I absolutely love this book' EMMA GANNON 'A treat!' LAUREN BRAVO 'Heart-warming, affirming' MEGAN JAYNE CRABBE 'Brilliant, clever and funny!' BETH REEKLES 'Fresh and joyful . . . Essential reading to kick off 2022' Stylist A Glamour 'Best Books for 2022' One of Bustle's '12 Books By British Women Of Colour To Look Out For In 2022' 'Entertaining' Daily Mail 'A perfect read' Red When Nina Mistry hits rock bottom - because no one plans to turn thirty in a prison cell - a tatty little self-help book finds its way into her hands. She doesn't think she needs it; why would a strong, sensible Taurus like her go on a 'life-changing journey' to fix herself? But her inner journalist is curious. And by the time the sun comes up, she knows exactly what she needs to do . . . 'This book will change your life . . . if you're brave enough to let it.' This will not be a journey for the faint-hearted, but whatever else Nina has messed up in her life, she's never been afraid of a challenge. '30 bold steps. One year.' Her mother is - as always - appalled. Her brother is too depressed to care. The love of her life? He's already moved on. And her friends . . . well, that's another story. But Nina has Nina. And she's about to find out if that's enough. 'It's time for a brand new kind of love story. Are you ready?' This is a gloriously uplifting novel for anyone who has ever had a self-worth wobble, or is watching someone they love struggle; it is for any woman who has ever failed and got herself right back up again, or whose life is veering a little off track! We think it's the book your best friend would recommend you start reading right now. And it might well make you radically rethink everything you know about love . . . Early readers of #30Things are saying: 'I absolutely fell in love' 'Warm, witty and wise' 'Genuinely laugh-out-loud funny' 'Such a positive message, for women of all ages!' 'It had me at the dedication! A lesson for me, and for every woman I know and love!' 'I needed this book!' 'It's raw, honest and achingly funny' 'Funny, clever and inviting. . . pulls you in then refuses to let you go' 'Impossible to put down' 'It feels really fresh and so right for now' 'I couldn't stop thinking about Nina!'

About This Edition

ISBN: 9781472277671
Publication date: 20th January 2022
Author: Radhika Sanghani
Publisher: Headline Review an imprint of Headline Publishing Group
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 400 pages
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Primary Genre Modern and Contemporary Fiction
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About Radhika Sanghani

Radhika Sanghani is an award-winning features journalist, an influential body positivity campaigner and a 2020 BBC Writers Room graduate. She writes regularly for the Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail, Elle, Guardian, Grazia, Glamour and Cosmopolitan; was recently featured in Italian Vogue as well as BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour, and is a regular guest on Sky News and Good Morning Britain. She has previously written two YA novels: Virgin and Not That Easy. Radhika is also a TEDx speaker on body positivity, a yoga teacher, and she runs a charity initiative with Age UK fighting loneliness in older women.

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