Written by Shea Karssing, this book guides frustrated freelancers and stunted in-house employees who want to create sustainable, successful businesses. The book is packed with pros and cons lists, personal anecdotes, honest insights into the freelance world, and plenty of tips and ideas on managing one’s time, paying the correct tax, and negotiating contracts.
Cover price: R240
THE WELL-LIVED LIFE
In The Well-Lived Life, Dr Gladys McGarey, the mother of holistic medicine and a practising doctor at the age of 102, reveals her secrets for living with joy and vitality at any age. The book offers a counterintuitive approach to living a full life that is not about conserving energy but by spending it wildly. Expect stories of miraculous healing, as well as anecdotes from an extraordinary life.
Cover price: R395
Written by bestselling author Ann Napolitano, this novel tells the story of the four Padvano girls, who are considered inseparable by their close-knit family in Chicago. The story captures what it means to be family, with all its joy, tragedy, trust, and betrayals. Buckle up for a tale of heartbreak, love and loyalty.
Cover price: R340
THE MAKING OF ANOTHER MAJOR MOTION PICTURE MASTERPIECE
From Academy Award-winning actor and bestselling author Tom Hanks, this novel is the wildly ambitious story of making a multimillion-dollar superhero action film and the humble comic book that inspired it. Throughout the book, we meet a cast of characters spanning 80 years as the world of show business — and the real world — is reflected in their stories.
Cover price: R380
SENSITIVE: THE POWER OF A THOUGHTFUL MIND IN AN OVERWHELMING WORLD
This fascinating read explores the traits of highly sensitive people and offers new ways for sensitives to unlock their potential and enjoy success in school, work, life and love. The book, written by Jenn Granneman and Andre Solo, is based on over 20 years of research in neuroscience, psychology and human genetics.
Cover price: R369
THE PINK HOUSE
This brand-new novel from Sunday Times bestselling author Catherine Alliott tells the story of Emma and Hugh. When Hugh’s parents get divorced, he is offered the Pink House, the family home he grew up in. But taking it on means they must accept everything (and everyone) that comes with it. Then, Emma runs into an ex-lover and is forced to think about what might have been.
Cover price: R340
THE HAPPINESS CURE: HOW TO HACK YOUR EVOLUTIONARY BRAIN TO FIND PURPOSE AND FEEL BETTER
Written by leading psychiatrist and viral TedX speaker Dr Anders Hansen, this book offers a radical new way to think about fulfilment. His work blends neuroscientific research and empirical breakthroughs with stories of ordinary individuals to suggest that resetting our perspective on happiness may be possible. Hansen reveals ways to find lasting contentment by adopting an evolutionary take on life.