We are all facing uncertainty in our daily lives due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, but author Beth Kempton has brought together her experience and expertise to create a guidebook on surviving the pandemic. World English language rights to We Are in This Together were acquired from Caroline Hardman by senior commissioning editor Jillian Young at Piatkus. The ebook is set to be released on 14 May.
We Are in This Together focuses on ‘finding hope and opportunity in the depths of the pandemic’ and is a ‘practical and inspiring compass for navigating these turbulent times’. The book is an inspiring compass for navigating these turbulent times, moving from resistance to resilience, to take care of yourself and your family in the chaos.
During the pandemic Beth and her husband have partnered River Cottage chef Steven Lamb and his wife Elli to create Slow Life Good Life an online hub to keep you motivated, well-fed and healthy, featuring a wide range of contributors from chefs to pseronal trainers. Proceeds from the hub will go towards feeding families and supporting rural businesses affected by the crisis.
Beth Kempton is an award-winning entrepreneur and self-help author, whose books have been translated into 24 languages. She teaches and writes about doing what you love and living well. Her first book Freedom Seeker: Live more. Worry less. Do what you love. (Hay House) is an uplifting manual for feeling free. Beth’s second book Wabi Sabi: Japanese wisdom for a perfectly imperfect life (Piatkus) holds a wealth of valuable life lessons extracted from centuries-old Japanese culture and aesthetics, inspired by a twenty-year love affair with Japan. Beth has a Masters degree in Japanese and is a dedicated student of Japanese life. Having been obsessed with Christmas since she was a little girl, Beth’s third book Calm Christmas and a Happy New Year: A little book of festive joy (Piatkus) focuses on the holiday season and offers readers inspiration for a mindful Christmas – one that radiates calm and cultivates delight.
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