Miranda Katherine Hart Dyke, known professionally as Miranda Hart, is an English actress, comedian and writer. Following drama training at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts, Hart began writing material for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and making appearances in various British sitcoms including Hyperdrive and Not Going Out.
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Creative Living Beyond Fear
This inspiring book delves into the mysterious nature of inspiration and encourages readers to embrace curiosity while letting go of needless suffering. With a balance of spirituality and pragmatism, the author shows us how to pursue our passions and face our fears. Big Magic is perfect for anyone looking to tap into their creativity and infuse their lives with more mindfulness and passion.
I am reading @GilbertLiz Big Magic again. It’s sooo good. If anyone has realised in this time they DO want to write & they don’t want to waste any more years not creating it’s the book for you. In fact it’s for all writers. Infact all creatives. Actually it’s great for everyone! – source
Also recommended bySadia Badiei
Unwrap the history of Christmas with this delightful book that answers questions you never thought to ask. From the origins of the mince pie to the role of King Herod's wife, author Paul Kerensa takes you on a sleigh ride through time. Discover how St. Nicholas invented the automatic door and which classic Christmas crooners were inspired by a Hollywood heatwave. Perfect for the holiday season, this book will give you trivia fodder for Christmas dinner conversation.
Well he didn’t reveal anything about my celebration but that’s because we should be celebrating his marvellous book ripe for a stocking filler. @paulkerensa Book: Hark The Christmas Biography – source
A clever whodunit that explores deceit, first love, and the depths of obsession. Set on a concrete campus in East Anglia, a tightly knit group of rule-breakers are swept up in the mesmerizing and rebellious teachings of Dr. Lorna Clay. But when a tragedy shatters their friendships and a terrible secret is revealed, Jess must face the true cost of an extraordinary life. A thrilling debut novel perfect for fans of Agatha Christie and The Secret History.
Book recc if you want one. Sooo good x. – source
The Invisible Lion
Flatpack Instructions For Life
Get the missing piece in your life with The Invisible Lion, a book that offers flatpack instructions for life. Learn how to put the pieces together and solve your problems without the confusion and frustration. Follow the author's guide to connect everything you need in a way that actually works. You won't have to depend on friends and family for help anymore. This book will change your life for the better.
Interesting man, interesting book and I am sure will help many, interesting perspective. The Invisible Lion. If you haven't been getting answers for anxiety and general senses of overwhelm and exhaustion then this may be the one, you never know. like to share options – source
The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking
Discover the power of introverts with this insightful book. Susan Cain explores how society undervalues introverts and their contributions, from Rosa Parks to Steve Wozniak. Through research and real-life stories, Quiet charts the rise of the Extrovert Ideal and introduces successful introverts who often thrive in quiet environments. Prepare to see introverts in a new light and gain a fresh perspective on how we view ourselves and others.
@CaroWallis Love that book – source
Also recommended byEmma WatsonSimon SinekDaniel PinkAdam GrantJim KwikMandy PatinkinDerek SiversAnkur WarikooJason Fried8 others
The Velveteen Rabbit
Or How Toys Become Real (All Aboard Books)
Experience the wonder of nursery magic in this beloved classic. Through the wisdom and experience of a wise old toy, learn how love can turn even the most ordinary things into something real and magical. This reissued edition includes the original story and illustrations, transporting readers back to the enchanting world it first created in 1922.
A book I #LovetoRead Send your book favs with hashtag. @BBCLearning – source