30 Things I Love about Myself by Radhika Sanghani
Paperback, 352 pages
Publication: January 4th 2022 by Berkley Books
Genre: Fiction, Romance, Chick Lit, Contemporary
From Goodreads: When a British Indian woman's life hits rock bottom, she decides to change her stars by falling in love...with herself--a hilarious, heartfelt story from outrageously funny novelist Radhika Sanghani.
Nina didn't plan to spend her thirtieth birthday in jail, yet here she is in her pajamas, locked in a holding cell. There's no Wi-Fi, no wine, no carbs--and no one to celebrate with.
Unfortunately, it gives Nina plenty of time to reflect on how screwed up her life is. She's just broken up with her fiancé, and now has to move back into her childhood home to live with her depressed older brother and their uptight, traditional Indian mother. Her career as a freelance journalist isn't going in the direction she wants, and all her friends are too busy being successful to hang out with her.
Just as Nina falls into despair, a book lands in her cell: How to Fix Your Shitty Life by Loving Yourself. It must be destiny. With literally nothing left to lose, Nina makes a life-changing decision to embark on a self-love journey. By her next birthday, she's going to find thirty things she loves about herself.
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Meet the Author: (From her website) Radhika Sanghani is an award-winning journalist and author. Her first two novels Virgin and Not That Easy - which tell the comic story of a young woman’s sexual exploration - were published in 13 countries and turned into an online TV series. Joan Rivers even said they were ‘one of the funniest things I’ve read in years.’ Her third novel 30 Things I Love About Myself, which is loosely based on Radhika’s own self-love journey, will be published in January 2022.
As a freelance features journalist, Radhika regularly writers on women’s issues and lifestyle topics for The Telegraph, Daily Mail, The Guardian, BBC, Grazia, Glamour, Elle and Cosmopolitan magazines. She is also a regular guest on TV and radio shows, from Good Morning Britain to Sky News. She recently gave a TedX talk called 'How to love yourself' after launching the viral #sideprofileselfie movement to celebrate big noses, and is now a body positive campaigner.
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