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05 Sep 2022

SANE’s signed book giveaway

Studies have shown that reading as little as six minutes per day can improve your quality of sleep, reduce stress, and sharpen mental acuity. Reading strengthens the neural circuits and pathways of our brain while lowering heart rate and blood pressure.

We have five fantastic signed books to give away and all you have to do to get your hands on one is to sign-up to our monthly e-newsletter. Just click the button below, fill in your details and choose the book you’d like to receive. Winners will be chosen at random after the closing date.

Book Giveaway

Here’s more on the books we have to give away.

The Silent Twins by Marjorie Wallace

The Silent Twins by Marjorie Wallace

Signed by Marjorie Wallace, June Gibbons, Letitia Wright and Tamara Lawrance.

The Silent Twins is a remarkable telling of June and Jennifer Gibbons – twin sisters who are locked together in a private world, speaking to no-one but each other. Marjorie Wallace, SANE’s Chief Executive, delves into the twins’ silent world, revealing their genius, alienation, and the mystic bond by which the extremes of good and evil ended in possession and death.

This book is signed by the author and June Gibbons, as well as actors Letitia and Tamara who portray June and Jennifer respectively in the upcoming movie based on the book.

Singing In The Rain by Rachel Kelly

Singing In The Rain by Rachel Kelly

Thinking often makes us sad but doing rarely does. This book is about action. It is full of inventive and accessible activities, one for each week of the year, to help you rediscover your creativity and, little by little, build a new sense of purpose.

With delightful illustrations, easy-to-follow exercises and puzzles, Singing in the Rain has something for everyone from how to deal with difficult conversations, to writing a letter to someone you love. This workbook is made of sturdy stuff. It can take whatever you throw at it or write in it, and it will still be here for you, without judgement.

The Happy Kitchen: Good Mood Food by Rachel Kelly

The Happy Kitchen by Rachel Kelly

Joyful recipes to keep you calm, boost your energy and help you sleep. In this inspirational book Rachel , who has had a history of depression, shares her personal experience of harnessing the power of food to stay calm and well. Over the past five years she has worked with nutritional therapist Alice Mackintosh to build a range of delicious recipes, designed to boost energy, relieve low mood, comfort a troubled mind, support hormone balance? and help you sleep soundly.

Simple meal planners, seasonal shopping lists and invaluable nutrition notes that explain the science of good mood food for everyone, The Happy Kitchen contains all you need. Follow Rachel and Alice’s advice and, week by week, you could feel stronger and healthier and keep the blues at bay.

My houseplant changed my life by David Domoney

My Houseplant Saved My Life by David Domoney

In this book, David reveals the everyday products that pollute the air in our homes and how technology is impacting on our mental wellbeing. Drawing on ground-breaking scientific research, he reveals the 50 most life-enhancing houseplants to have in your home. David shows how houseplants can actively purify the air and improve your mental wellbeing through their colour, scent, habit, and nurturing needs.

Packed with expert advice, this book will equip you with everything you need to keep your plants thriving. It also highlights mindful ways to nurture and increase your green guests by misting, wiping, feeding, pinching, pruning, and propagating.

Hope with Anxiety by Lynn Crilly

Hope With Anxiety by Lynn Crilly

Anxiety is a familiar word, one which seems hard to escape in today’s busy world. In this book, Lynn brings her warm, non-judgemental, family-friendly approach to bear on the rising tide of contemporary anxiety, exacerbated by political and economic uncertainty, climate change, social media and a world that is being transformed ever more rapidly. She looks at how anxiety manifests, how it relates to other mental health issues and what the many options are for treatment and restoring wellbeing.

As ever, she draws on a wide range of health practitioners to explain therapeutic options – both mainstream and alternative – and thereby provide a truly varied toolkit with something for every individual to try. Throughout, case histories support, confirm and illustrate the practical information, always with the emphasis on hope for leading a fulfilled life unconstrained by the effects of anxiety.

Submit your details here and be entered into the draw to win the book of your choice:

If you already a SANE supporter and wish to be entered into the draw simply complete the form and we will ensure your details are updated.

The giveaway is open until 6pm (UK time) on Friday 9 September 2022. One of each book is available. Only one book per submission can be chosen. If more than one entry is received, only the most recent form submission will be taken into account for the prize draw. By submitting the form you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy. Winners will be drawn at random from submissions and they will be contacted directly.

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