|About the Book|
Is it possible to help yourself to happiness? Can you cosmically order the perfect life? Renowned life coach and radio presenter Megan Rowe certainly used to think so, she even wrote a best-selling book telling people how. But now, with the meltdownMoreIs it possible to help yourself to happiness? Can you cosmically order the perfect life? Renowned life coach and radio presenter Megan Rowe certainly used to think so, she even wrote a best-selling book telling people how. But now, with the meltdown of her marriage unleashing all kinds of ghosts from the past, she is no longer sure. And if she is no longer able to live the dream then how on earth can she advise other people? As Megans carefully constructed house of affirmation cards begins to tumble it has an irrevocable effect on those around her. Cheddar Bailey, producer of her radio show and blogger extraordinaire, Natalie Taylor-Cassidy, aspiring young actress who will seemingly do anything for fame and Danny Nilsson, highly respected American war photographer harbouring a dark secret. Four very different characters searching for answers, seeking happiness and all hoping to find the plot for the life stories they ought to be living. Siobhan Curham has woven together a heart-warming tale of hopes and fears whilst exploring our growing self help culture and eternal pursuit of happiness. READER REVIEWS OF FINDING THE PLOT Beautiful. Had me laughing out loud one minute and crying the next. All the hallmarks of Curhams previous books are there - the superbly drawn characters, the warmth and the poignancy, but there is a new maturity and depth to this book that prompts you to make some searching questions about your own life. Siobhan takes you on a journey of self discovery through the interwoven lives of Megan, Danny, Cheddar and Natalie, as they face their demons and learn to become masters of their own destiny, in her usual absorbing and heart-warming style. It will certainly make you think about your own life and how to be happy.