Your invitation to my book launch of “Uncoupling”

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30 Aug Your invitation to my book launch of “Uncoupling”

Wow what a great week it’s been and it’s only half way through! With the launch of my book “Uncoupling – How to survive and thrive after break-up and divorce” my life has become extremely busy!

Last Thursday I was lucky enough to be invited as a guest on the Anne Diamond show on Radio Berkshire. Having watched her on TV as I grew up I was excited to meet her. And I wasn’t disappointed! In fact I was so impressed with the way she made the interview process so easy and relaxing. She is a true professional in every way and delightful to be around too. I felt like I could have chatted to her for much much longer. I would love to back on her show again as given her past experience I think my book really resonated with her. It was a real boost to know that someone I admire loves my work.

That evening I jetted off to the Arts Club Summer Party which was held this year at Eden Rock Hotel, Cap D’Antibes, France. The Arts Club in London is my 2nd office (for those of you who have never been to see me there). It’s a fabulous place to relax and I often see my clients there.

On Saturday and whilst I was away, The Guardian published a wonderful article that talked about my book “Uncoupling”.

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/aug/27/divorce-no-one-tells-you-about-the-dent-on-your-wedding-finger-that-doesnt-go

BBC Radio 5 Live invited me to speak on their late chat show so I was a guest on the Stephen Nolan show .. All the way from France 🙂

Landing back in the UK I was excited to see my book serialised in the Daily Mail on Monday.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3762690/From-banning-ex-s-rearranging-furniture-new-book-reveals-survive-thrive-divorce.html

Now I’m preparing everything for my book launch party at Waterstones Piccadilly in Thursday. If you would like a signed copy of “Uncoupling” do pop down and say hi between 6.30-8.30pm.

My divorce was a very tough time for me … But one belief I had kept me going.

“Everything happens for a reason and serves a purpose”

That purpose is to help others who are going through similar experiences to cope better. And it’s happening ….

Sara Davison
Sara@saradavison.com