Ready to kick off a new decade with some new Watkins titles?! Queen of self-reinvention Camilla Sacre Dallerup will be starting proceedings in 2020, with It’s Not You, It’s Me offering targeted exercises, tips and techniques to help the reader explore and release old patterns and blocks so that they can move forward in their lives.
If you’re in need of a dose of empowerment, social media sensation Rhyanna Watson has an important message to share in Brave, Beautiful and Baring It All. Rhyanna is a force to be reckoned with and her story inspiring – keep your eyes out on the blog for a Q&A with her coming soon.
Finally, for the creatives among us there’s Organizing Your Creative Career by Sheila Chandra. Speaking as one creative to another, Sheila’s guidance will show anyone how good organization can liberate creative magic.
It’s Not You, It’s Me by Camilla Sacre Dallerup
Released 6th January, RRP £9.99
All the challenges we face in our lives present us with an opportunity to learn, evolve and grow as people. Holding on to patterns from the past creates blocks; these can make us feel stuck and unworthy of love and respect. Following on from the success of Reinvent Me, life coach Camilla Sacre-Dallerup will show you how to recognize, pay attention to, and use this new found confidence to love yourself as well as others.
It’s Not You, It’s Me by Camilla Sacre Dallerup (Watkins Publishing)
Brave, Beautiful and Baring It All by Rhyanna Watson
Released 14th January, RRP £12.99
Wellness trainer and social media sensation Rhyanna Watson – who has come out the other side of a lot of personal trauma both stronger and happier – explores how to strip back your protective layers and feel brave and beautiful again. This nurturing, empowering text encourages us to get out of our heads and into our bodies and hearts in order to reconnect with ourselves and others – to feel less judged, more accepted; less flawed, more worthy; less insecure, more confident; less scared, more loved.
Brave, Beautiful and Baring It All by Rhyanna Watson (Watkins Publishing)
Organizing Your Creative Career by Sheila Chandra
Released 14th January, RRP £9.99
Surprisingly, to date there has not been a single book that addresses the unique organizational challenges that artists face. This book sets out to change that, addressing the myth that truly creative people are messy and need mess in order to create. Sheila Chandra applies her professional insights as a creative and organizing expert to the lives of other busy creative people in all disciplines, showing them how good organization can liberate their creative magic.
Organizing Your Creative Career by Sheila Chandra (Watkins Publishing)