I’ve finished and reviewed Sally’s Size Matters. Sally is my very good friend, but I never EVER allow friendship to have any bearing whatsoever on any book that I read. I have been overly chubby at times in my life – I think most of us have, and I wish that I could have found this book back then, rather than get up to some of the crazy diets I’ve been on. Size Matters covers every single thing that you could ever need to lose a lot of weight, keep it off, and extend your life. This is probably an odd thing to say, but it’s a “comforting” book – you feel that Sally is with you on your trip, because she’s been on it herself. Her honest sharing of her own journey is remarkable. Now I’ll shut up – in fact this is the only review that I’ve ever written that I had to prune down because it got way too long. From a health and wellness perspective everyone should read this, regardless of whether there’s extra poundage or not.
I have been writing now officially for 17 years since 1998, when I began the journal that was to become my first published book in 2002 with Trafford Publishing in Canada, and then for the last four editions with Moyhill Publishing.
As a print book it did quite well in the early days with plenty of Irish and UK media publicity and I was delighted. Obviously back in 2002 it was all print and the reach for the book was restricted to the UK and Ireland.
Recently seven of my books have been updated and are now in E-versions for Mobi and EPub, and I never would have imagined that 13 years after the initial publication, that Size Matters would see a new lease of life and be sold across the world on all of the major continents.
I mention this today because despite being a friend and a blogging…
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