This is a book to read over again on a Sunday afternoon in front of a roaring fire, and will also prove an inspiration and encouragement for others to write the account of their lives in the same way.
Play it Again: An Amateur Against the Impossible
A fascinating and inspiring account of life editing a national newspaper, while seeking to achieve a personal challenge!
Reasons to Stay Alive
The most astonishing personal account of understanding and coping with depression. An uplifting, inspiring and moving read which you want to pick up again as soon as you put it down.
The Little Bookstore of Big Stone Gap
An amusing and charming account of life running a second-hand bookshop in a small town in America.
The Road to Little Dribbling
Twenty years after he gave us Notes from a Small Island, Bill Bryson makes another journey round Britain to see what's changed.
‘The closest possible look into a way of life that most of us only glimpse as we whisk through the countryside or perhaps as we climb and walk there’ The Guardian
Why Be Happy When You Can Be Normal?
A memoir revealing how books and writing saved an unloved, adopted child and turned her into a talented, successful, much-loved author.