Spring Madness with shows galore at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
February 26, 2022
Chiltern Arts
February 26, 2022
Spring Madness with shows galore at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
February 26, 2022
Chiltern Arts
February 26, 2022


A voyage into the emotions of the mind this month, with three engaging and intriguing books to look out for.


Be Yourself and Happier by Will Young

Will Young has written an accessible A-Z guide on mental health, Be Yourself and Happier.

The platinum-selling and double-BRIT Award winning singer/songwriter has long been a mental health advocate and counts his experiences within the industry as a catalyst for various voyages of self-discovery that have led him to where he is today.

“I have been at the coalface of depression and anxiety – a state of mind that’s always under threat, and only by exploring the reasons and causes behind this can we look to make changes.”

In the book, Will discusses his breakdown in 2011, and how extensive therapy helped the star to unpick and interrogate everything he thought he knew: how he formed his identity, what he relied on for self-esteem and how he behaved and communicated. Everything he has learnt over the past 10 years is now condensed into this accessible A-Z guide.

Published by Bloomsbury on April 21st


A Different Kind of Happy by Rachaele Hambleton

Author Rachaele Hambleton – a full-time mum to three daughters and one baby boy, step-mum to two boys and married to her ‘bird-boy’ Josh – has certainly earned her status as one of the most honest and sincere modern writers out there, largely through the success of her Part-Time Working Mummy, Sunday Times bestseller from 2018.

Using the strength of her persona as a trusted parenting personality, she returns with A Different Kind of Happy, a book that explores the trials and successes of a blended family situation.

The book is a soaring and purposeful guide to modern parenting, with a few catastrophes thrown in along the way!

Published by Penguin Random House on April 14th


A Family Affair by Robyn Carr

Anna McNichol knows how to take charge. Raised by a single mother, she’s worked to ensure her three children have every advantage she didn’t. And while her marriage has its problems, she values commitment and believes in ‘till death do us part’. Now an empty nester, she’s at the peak of her career and ready to seize the opportunity to focus on her future.

But life can change in an instant, and when her husband dies suddenly, Anna’s carefully constructed world falls apart. The mysterious young woman at the memorial service confirms her husband had been keeping secrets, and Anna is determined to get to the truth.

Published by MIRA on April 5th

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