I can't think of much that I would like better than a huge bundle of books! Enter this giveaway and you are in with the chance of winning this fabulous book bundle worth over £150!
Here are the books included in the bundle. There is a whole range of genres so truly something for everyone.
The Stealing by Sharon Sutila (RRP £19.99)
The Stealing is a modern gothic incarnation of the classic gothic romance, featuring an independent young woman trapped in dreary and oppressive surroundings, a gentleman hero, storms at sea, a supernatural force, and a powerful, but conflicted love story. There are no vampires or werewolves in sight. But with its 1980s setting, this coming-of-age romance probes serious issues that resonate with modern readers including the harmful, isolating effects of male dominance on women, gender-role bias, and the struggle to harness inner strength and find joy in life
Felix Unbound by Cathy Gunn (RRP £15.99)
Did you ever wonder what might happen if your cat turned human? When feisty Tiffany loses her temper with boyfriend Anthony, and accidentally topples a set of inherited Egyptian figurines, ancient forces take their mischievous revenge...and grant her careless wish that men were more like her tabby cat, Felix.It’s fun at first, as Tiffany and Felix gleefully launch him into her social circle, but it soon becomes clear that charismatic Felix spells trouble. As he wins lightning fast success as a talented artist, Tiffany and her friends’ relationships begin to flex and recalibrate–not always for the better.There’s something more afoot here; and Tiffany realises that whatever’s got into her cat and his art, has appeared before in her curious family.
Crystal Palace Chronicles - Star of Nimrod by Graham Whitlock (RRP £8.99)
What if the past became your future?Join teenager Joe on a rollercoaster adventure travelling back in time to the heyday ofVictorian Crystal Palace. Joe is lonely and bored. His best friend moved away, he's stuck looking after his annoying little sister and Dad spends every hour in their struggling restaurant, Paradise. But Joe's world is turned upside down when he discovers a shattered compass among the brambles where the Crystal Palace once stood and time travels through the maze back to 1888. With help from the teenageH. G. Wells and Samuel Coleridge Taylor, daredevil Iris Blondin, the creator of Sherlock Holmes and the Queen of the Gypsies, Joe must foil dangerous diamond thieves to uncover dark secrets about the 'People's Palace'. Standing on boundaries between worlds, it's secrets are tied to the fate of his family. Will Joe be trapped in the past with his new friends, find a way to return to his family or can he somehow have both
All The Tw*ts I Met Along The Way by Carolyn Hobdey (RRP £14.99)
All The Tw*ts I Met Along The Way tells Carolyn’s tales of crappy boyfriends, sickening sexual encounters, manipulative men, love triangles, unsupportive and unsupported medical diagnoses... and that’s just in the first few pages. From porn-addicted boyfriends who go from fitties to owners of ‘dad bods,’to car crashes and boob jobs. Marriage to a lover who became more like a brother (and who came out as gay after their 15 year relationship) and later a relationship with a man and his ‘ready-made family’ that exposes a damaging case of coercive control and narcissism. Carolyn’s story exposes the unrelenting pull of the child-parent relationship–even in adulthood–and all the messiness, self-esteem issues and confusion that can cause. As she writes, “I didn’t want to be the trouble-maker, the one to cause my parents concern, anymore.”
Enlighted As Hell and #AreYouHereYet? by Dr Tony Ortega (both RRP £11.99)
#AreYouHereYet follows the clinical psychologist’s signature raw, humorous, and compelling style as he continues to examine the perceived epidemic of being single in our universal quest for love. When a person is committed to doing all the work to improve themselves by being "The One" (and thereby improve their love life),what happens when nothing seems to happen afterwards? Through witty, thought-provoking writing, sassy #OMG Moments, case studies, and "Tea Time withTony" (end-of-chapter exercises for the reader),DrOrtega helps to explore the personal blocks and self-limiting beliefs that keep us stuck. It's a second chance at not only improving, but falling in love with, ourselves. It provides essential "what next?" support in a sea of self-help books focused on the start of the journey.
Enlightened As Hell is geared towards people who want to be enlightened (or simply live a better life) yet feel they can’t do so because of the past and/or current state of the spiritual world, Enlightened as Hell: How to Be Spiritual and Not Be a D**k is the third book by clinical psychologist Dr. Tony Ortega.Dr. Ortega brings three decades of experience as an actual mental health professional and consumer of an array of spiritual studies, as well as his sassy humour, to distil mental health and spiritual philosophies down to a street level. This is a book for millennials as much as it is for people 40+. Most likely to appeal more to women than men due to the nature of self-help readerships, Dr. Ortega is also a champion of LGBTQIA+ rights, so this is an inclusive, accessible book for anyone open to learning more about spirituality and potential answers to the question, “Is this it?”.
N-4 Down - The Airship Italia by Mark Plesing (RRP £12.99)
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.Triumphantly returning from theNorth Pole on May 24, 1928, the world-famous exploring airship Italia—code-named N-4—was struck by a terrible storm and crashed somewhere over the Arctic ice, triggering the largest polar rescue mission in history. Helping lead the search was Roald Amundsen, the poles’ greatest explorer, who himself soon went missing in the frozen wastes. Amundsen’s body has never been found, the last victim of one of the Arctic’s most enduring mysteries...
Forgive or Forget by Elisabeth Keauel (RRP £10.99)
No one is waiting for 28-year-old Alice as she steps out of prison after a decade behind bars. But even though the world is reluctant to welcome her back into society, Alice has one pressing goal: to find her sister, Beth.The sisters had been so different, but so close-Beth always dazzling in the lime light, Alice loving and dependable in the background. But the cascade of events10years before that culminated in the terrible crime which changed them both forever, and now, Beth is nowhere to be found.A fast-paced, thought-provoking narrative weaves between the present and the past, revealing the truth behind the scandal and its ramifications for Alice's future.
Just Passing Through by Daniel Snowman (RRP £15.00)
Author of over a dozen books,Daniel Snowman’s long and active life has led him to interact in countless ways with the wider world and with some of its most famous inhabitants. His memoir, Just Passing Through, evokes these experiences via a series of vivid literary vignettes.
Conversations at the Pond by John Slater (RRP £12.99)
Laughter truly is the best medicine...While undergoing chemotherapy after his colon cancer operation in early 2020, Henry Slator knew he was missing his usual light hearted outlook on life. But what to do if you're missing a little bit of humour?He found it by imagining conversations with creatures in and around his large garden pond and adding buckets of fun. He created the entertaining Conversations at the Pond with its mass of colourful illustrations. By taking you along his journey and through these enjoyable stories he hopes to inspire delight and cheer you up too. The book is perfect for anyone who might need a little laugh to get through tough times or simply to boost their spirit and take a different, more humorous approach to life.
Get Strong, Get Fit, Get Happy by Stuart Roberts (RRP £14.99)
Time to challenge the established view of getting old, losing strength, fitness and slowing down... which can hold many people back.
- Ten things you can do now to give your health an immediate boost.
- Why it’s paramount to make sure that your digestion is in tip top condition and how.
- Smart and time-saving ways to exercise that give you amazing physical health.
- How to apply key nutrition concepts in a practical way that fit into everyday life.
- The role of stress in obliterating our long-term health and practical strategies to help minimise it.
- Tips on staying motivated
What an amazing bundle of books! Thanks so much to Literally PR for arranging this prize. To enter to win simply fill out the Gleam widget below. The giveaway ends at midnight on the 11th December 2022. UK entries only and standard terms and conditions apply.Win A Huge Book Bundle Worth £150
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these books look really interesting!