‘Inner Alchemy: The Path of Mastery’ author Zulma Reyo in The Spectator
A school for consciousness: how an educational retreat is helping leaders transform their communities | The Spectator
For most of us schools are considered a place of learning, where we acquire the skills and knowledge that prepare us for working life. But while this may be true, it also misses the more fundamental role that school(change to education or learning) can play in encouraging self-actualisation – both…
‘Upping Your Elvis’ author Chris Baréz-Brown in the Daily Express
Businesses warned of one of ‘biggest challenges’ to come with hybrid working | Personal Finance | Finance | Express.co.uk
BUSINESS EXPERT Chris Baréz-Brown is a consultant to some of the top brands in the world. In an exclusive interview, he shared just what businesses should be aware of in the face of the aftermath of the pandemic, how to successfully transition to post-COVID working and ‘Upping Your Elvis’.
‘No Place to Lie’ author Helen Garlick features in the Daily Mail
We’ve quit our jobs for pet-eternity! How could they abandon friends?
Author and former family lawyer Helen Garlick, 63, is married to Tim, 65, a relationship counsellor. They live in Fernhurst, West Sussex, with their two cocker spaniels: Pippin, almost three and her son Ziggy Stardust, ten months.
Adam Leigh’s novel ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’ in Campaign Magazine
Adam Leigh on the nature of ambition – virtue or vice?
Leigh’s novel ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’ examines the impact that unbridled ambition can have on those that covet success and glory.
Julia Carter’s book ‘Sunlight and Shadows’ in the Daily Mail and Mail Online
Writers of the early 20th Century who found solace in France
Julia Carter has created a book of essays featuring six great writers and artists of the early 20th century. Each of them came to the South of France carrying shadows from their pasts that ran into the present.
Adam Leigh’s novel ‘The Curious Rise of Alex Lazarus’ in The Big Issue
Independent Bookshop Week: The best books from independent publishers | The Big Issue
Jane Graham gives a quick round up of a range of books to keep you occupied during this year’s Independent Bookshop Week.
Hilali Noordeen’s memoir ‘Letters to a Young Doctor’ reviewed in the Sunday Times, Sri Lanka
Engrossing tales and compelling message on future of medicine
Letters to a Young Doctor- by Hilali Noordeen Reviewed by Rajiva Wijesinha
‘Sunlight and Shadows: Writers in the South of France’ by Julia Carter in The Scotsman