The healing power of fiction

Stories are an incredibly powerful tool: helping us to articulate our own pain, contain it, and find a way to move past it. We can distance ourselves from our own circumstances and realise there’s more than one happy ending.

Reader I Married Me book cover


About the book

After breaking up with the love of her life, Chloe’s friends tell her she needs to get back out there, and find another man before it’s too late. But after a particularly disastrous date and one too many gins, Chloe has a revelation – she doesn’t need a man to make her happy. It’s up to her to do it herself.

Never one to do things by halves, Chloe decides to make the ultimate commitment to self-love – she’ll marry herself! But planning a solo wedding isn’t easy, and soon Chloe finds herself on a bumpy journey of self-discovery. Will she finally get her happy ever after?

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“One of the funniest books I’ve read in a long time.”

The Evening Standard

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Author interview with Dr Sheri


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