"Reading a Sarah Rayner book is like having a no-holds-barred chat with a close friend..." Sarah Rayner writes both fiction and non-fiction and has sold over 750,000 books worldwide. She is the author of five novels including the international bestseller, 'One Moment, One Morning' and the follow-ups, 'The Two Week Wait' and 'Another Night, Another Day', which feature the same Brighton-based characters. She is also the author of the 'Making Friends' series of non-fiction self-help books. 'Making Friends with Anxiety: a warm, supportive little book to help ease worry and panic', 'Making Friends with the Menopause' and 'Making Peace with Depression' are being published this summer (2022) by Thread, the non-fiction imprint of Bookouture. In 2021 she published 'No More Tigers', her mother's childhood memoir, through her independent imprint, Creative Pumpkin publishing. Mary Rayner grew up in Burma and when she was eight years old, in 1942, Mary and her family fled from Burma to India on foot to escape the invading Japanese. Mary Rayner is now 88, and is the author/illustrator of the 'Pig Books'. Sarah has written both a Foreword and Afterword for the memoir which is available on Amazon. To find out more about Sarah or get in touch, please visit her website, www.sarah-rayner.com - it always makes her day to hear to hear from her readers. She is also on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (search for Creative Pumpkin) and regularly posts about her life in Brighton, England, where she lives with her husband, Tom.Read more Read less
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