Come and discuss this book on 13 November, 7-9pm, Fountain Harvester, Milton Keynes.
Comment below or email me to let me know you’re going to join. Event is free and new members are always welcome.
Our book club is an informal discussion over food and drinks (both optional) where we discuss what we thought and how reading the book has helped us. New members are always welcome.
Not strictly a personal development book but packed full of insight and wisdom, I thought I’d mix things up a bit by putting a fiction book on the menu! I certainly learned a lot from reading it, whilst getting lost in the story.
It’s the smallest things that make the biggest difference.
Annie has been sad for so long that she’s forgotten how to be any other way. She’s trudging miserably through every day, sheer determination keeping her going. Until she meets Polly. Polly is everything that Annie is not. She’s colourful, joyful, happy. Because if recent events have taught Polly anything, it’s that your time is too short to waste a single day.
Polly has 100 days to help Annie find happiness. Annie’s convinced it’s impossible, but so is saying no to Polly. And on an unforgettable journey, Annie begins to realise that maybe, just maybe, there’s still colour to be found in the world. But then it becomes clear that Polly’s about to need her new friend more than ever…and Annie will have to decide once and for all whether letting others in is a risk worth taking.
If you liked Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine or The Keeper of Lost Things, you’ll love How to Be Happy.
“Entertaining, funny and full of wisdom, I loved this book.” (best-selling author Katie Forde)
“So likeable, smart and wise. A bittersweet read about love, life and friendship that makes you stop and think long after you’ve finished reading the last page.” (best-selling author Tasmina Perry)
“I read this recently and loved it SO much. I cried buckets, but it’s ultimately a really positive, uplifting book about making every day count.” (best-selling author Clare Mackintosh)