Author(s): Emma Woolf
As 'modern' women, being truly happy and successful can feel like something of a contradiction. Do we have the guts to let go and be happy? Exploring the issues of love, loss, healing and happiness, this manifesto for freedom from one of feminism's liveliest voices will guide you on the path to feeling newly, truly confident.
'Woolf's kindness and enthusiasm for helping those who have suffered, like her, from a crippling lack of confidence is beguiling.' The Daily Mail 'The author of the excellent An Apple a Day and The Ministry of Thin...' The Bookseller
Emma Woolf is the great-niece of Virginia Woolf. After studying English at Oxford University she worked in publishing, before becoming a full-time writer. She is a columnist for The Times and also writes for The Independent, The Mail on Sunday, Harper's Bazaar, Red, Grazia and Psychologies. She was a co-presenter on Channel 4's Supersize vs Superskinny; other media appearances include Newsnight, Woman's Hour and Radio 4's Four Thought. Emma's first book, An Apple a Day: A Memoir of Love and Recovery from Anorexia was published in 2012 and shortlisted for the Beat Award for Recovery Inspiration. She was also nominated for Mind's Journalist of the Year. She lives in London. You can follow Emma on Twitter: @ejwoolf. Review of The Ministry of Thin in the Observer: "Woolf sets her stall out with brio." "Woolf's skill in is in adding intellectual and emotional ballast to the debates that interest her. In its best moments, this book emerges as a hypnotist's finger-click signalling women to wake up."