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The Unexpected Joy of the Ordinary
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Catherine Gray is a Sunday Times bestselling author of five books, including The Unexpected Joy of Being Sober. She's sold over half a million books in English-speaking territories, her work has been published in the likes of Stylist, Marie Claire, The Lancet Psychiatry and the Guardian, and her books have been translated into nine languages. In 2018, Catherine founded charitable campaign Sober Spring, a three-month sabbatical from alcohol, and she now runs it with Alcohol Change UK, for whom she is an ambassador. She's been sober since 2013. Catherine lives in Hove and when not writing she enjoys falling off a paddleboard, giving her plants names like 'Cassandra' and 'Miguel', and spamming Instagram with pictures of dogs.Instagram.com/unexpectedjoyofTwitter.com/cathgraywrites

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Life-affirming.
*THE TELEGRAPH*

Wonderful.
*INDEPENDENT*

She made it her mission to learn how to be default happy rather than default disgruntled.
*RADIO 4 - WOMAN'S HOUR*

Take a leaf out of Gray's book and be kinder to yourself by appreciating life just as it is.
*IRISH TIMES*

This book came to me in an hour of need - during lockdown when I had to focus on the positive, appreciate simple things, not lose my shit, and value each day. It was a pure joy for me and held my hand.
*SADIE FROST*

Interesting and joyful. Lights a path that could help us to build resilience against society's urging to compare life milestones with peers.
*LANCET PSYCHIATRY*

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