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Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books

The Best Friends' Guide to Life (With: Holly Willoughby) (2010)Description / Buy at Amazon
Cook Happy, Cook Healthy (2016)Description / Buy at Amazon
Happy (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Quiet (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Cook. Eat. Love. (2017)Description / Buy at Amazon
Calm (2018)Description / Buy at Amazon
The Imperfect Vegan (2019)Description / Buy at Amazon
Your Mood Journal (2020)Description / Buy at Amazon
Speak Your Truth (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Happy From Head to Toe (2022)Description / Buy at Amazon
Bigger Than Us (2023)Description / Buy at Amazon

Publication Order of Picture Books

Publication Order of Anthologies

It's Not OK to Feel Blue [and other lies](2019)Description / Buy at Amazon

Fearne Cotton is an English radio and television presenter who has presented all manner of popular programs for years. Only fifteen years old, she was spotted by “Disney Club” and went on to become a presenter for several decades.
Cotton is blessed with an ability to make presenting seem effortless and natural interviewing skills, which have made her land jobs for many shows over the years.

After quitting TV presenting following bouts of depression and bulimia, she is now a presenter of “Celebrity Juice,” where she has been making a lot of waves.

In addition to her work on TV, Fearne Cotton has a lot of credibility in music as she spent more than a decade co-hosting with Reggie Yates on morning shows before she moved to the UK Top 40 show.
During this time, she used to combine exclusive acoustic performances with celebrity interviews. Her show “Live Lounge” would win the Sony Gold Award and had more than 4 million listeners in 2012.
Besides radio and TV, she is also a very creative person and has designed a range for clothing companies in the UK.

Cotton became famous at just 15, which just speaks to how much talent she has. However, a celebrity at such a young age is often something of a slow car crash that eventually resulted in her depression.
Fearne was brought up in a working-class family and went to an ordinary state school since her father was a signwriter and her mother worked four jobs.

She always envied the people on TV and used to sit daydreaming and hoiked her shirt up so that she could look like “The Big Breakfast’s” Denise Van Outen.

Soon enough, she joined drama and dance school and started auditioning for TV presenting jobs, eventually landing a role at “The Disney Club.” Things were great for a while until she turned eighteen and had to fend for herself.
She was very good at her job but the pressure to be sexy finally got to her and by the time she was 19 she was depressed and bulimic.

During this time, she used to purge constantly but kept her issues hidden from everyone. Most people used to think she was living a great life, even though she was depressed and suffering from depression and all manner of health issues.

After more than two decades of success as a broadcaster and TV presenter, Fearne Cotton was no longer able to hide her battle with bulimia and depression.

She found it all a nightmare and when the depression hit, she often detached from life and just floated off.

In the end, she snapped and walked away from it all in 2015, leaving behind a very successful radio and TV career. Today, she only works on “Celebrity Gogglebox” alongside Gok Wan, who is her very good pal.
Half a dozen years after quitting everything, she had amassed more than 11.5 million followers on social media and her “Happy Place Wellness” brand has been soaring to new heights with each passing year.

“The Happy Place Podcast” now has more than 180 episodes and has featured well-known guests such as Hillary Clinton and Stephen Fry in addition to big names in the wellness space such as Wim Hof and Brene Brown
She is also the author of a publishing imprint and has self-published more than eight works. She has also partnered with companies that are working on the development of better mental health strategies across the world.

In “Happy” by Cotton Fearne, the author asserts that, for most people, life pressures from social media, family, work, or school can make us feel lost and frazzled.

In this work, she draws upon her many experiences and includes expert advice on a range of techniques to find joy in each day.

For Fearne, happiness is not a mountain to climb but rather a process of putting one foot in front of the other. It is by doing this that one can make the little steps that result in a huge difference in life.
Cotton makes use of workbook elements that will help a person struggling to start and end their day well.

These aspects include getting in touch with their creative side and finding peace via the practice of written exercises and simple practical visualizations and ideas.

It is through these simple reminders and tricks that people can unlock inner happiness. Cotton emphasizes the simple stuff which she asserts is what usually hits happiness on the nourishing and really deep levels.
Whether one wants to read the work when they need it or every now and then, these are effective strategies to bring anyone much-needed calm joy, and relief.

Cotton Fearne’s work “Calm” asserts that it can be difficult for people to take time out, relax, and mute encircling noises in the modern world.

It can be very easy for one to get trapped in the negative press, and be weighed down by the pressures of daily living. As such, every age group is experiencing a rise in mental health illness with more people yearning for calm, peace, and silence.
In this work, Cotton Fearne sets out to teach us simple things to take us toward the good stuff and away from the stress.

She includes in the book conversations with wise friends, expert advice, activities to complete, easy ideas to try, and the little hacks that have made a huge difference in her life.
It is a work that reminds us that we can all find calm as long as we look for it. For Fearne, calm is much more than feeling and thought but a stillness and acceptance of the noise all around us.
It is something of a magical alchemy that could last a whole day or sometimes just a second where one feels aware yet relaxed protected yet open, and dynamic yet still.

“Speak Your Truth” by Cotton Fearne is a story that follows the author through one of the most difficult periods of her life.

She is a voice that is familiar to millions through her radio, television, and podcasting work. As such, when she was told that she may need to get throat surgery and could possibly not be able to speak for a time she was horrified.
Considering what her silence would mean to her, she began thinking of times when her voice went unheard. She had at many times had her voice suppressed by more dominant louder figures as she was deemed just the talent.

She began wondering at what point people begin to internalize silence and begin to silence themselves. When do people swallow their authentic selves to become compromisers and pleasers at the cost of their own well-being and happiness?
The work explores the many ways people learn to stay quiet when they should speak out. It also gives techniques for one to find their voice, speak out with confidence and assert themselves as necessary.
Deeply personal, vulnerable, and brave, it shares the author’s story and helps others shape their own.

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