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How Not To Worry: The Remarkable Truth of How a Sm&hellip by Paul McGee
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A very inspirational book for anyone who worries too much. Paul Mcgee writes in a style which shows that he really cares about the readers of his books and gives valuable insights as to why we worry and what small steps we can make to help us make our lives brighter, but without him lecturing.

The Hammock times were good to make the Reader reflect on how each section of the book is relevant to their own lives. The book has taught me a lot about myself and I have learnt several tips on how to worry less and cope better with life.
Weirwolf: My Story by David Weir
Weirwolf: My Story by David Weir
5.0 out of 5 stars An Inspiraional Story, 30 Dec 2013
An exceedingly moving account of David's life, both on and off the race track. David has an excellent way of showing how things really are for disabled people, but without wanting anyone to feel sorry for them.

I was privileged to see the Werewolf race on the first evening of London 2012 and this book sums up what an inspiring person he is.
OMG Cancer by Caroline Fernandez
OMG Cancer by Caroline Fernandez
A truly inspirational book with Caroline describing not only her own battle with teenage cancer, but also the cancer struggles of several of her loved ones and then sharing how much she has given to the world since.

Caroline is a truly amazing lady, who makes you smile even during the sad and emotional parts of her story. The poetry written by her late husband made a fitting end to the book.