We can't tell you how delighted we are at Hall Good Books that Sophie Mei Lan's debut is now available for pre-order.
The book has been three years in the making, and whilst it started out as a self-help book, it went on to become an insightful, searingly honest, inspirational memoir, featuring the best and worst experiences Sophie has known.
Fighting a never-ending battle of bulimia, Sophie shows that recovery from such a controlling disease is not an upwards trajectory, but a series of highs and lows, peaks and troughs. She shares with readers how she was sexually assaulted at a young age, horrendously bullied through school, and the challenges she had to put up with through her younger years, such as racial discrimination and two court cases. How her 'best friend', the voice of her bulimia, became the only constant...the only thing she could rely on as her world fell apart on more than one occasion.
She details her journey through the audition process of 'Britain's Got Talent', and the joy at reaching the live semi-finals. And how her five minutes of fame was marred by strangers focusing on her weight.
Sophie, today, is the mother of two beautiful daughters. She's also a journalist, documentary film-maker, blogger and influencer as well as one to watch in her industry, with the work she does with her media company Evoke.
Throughout her life - and which is crystal clear in her book - Sophie never gave up hope of enjoying a better life. Despite what she has experienced, she's still a beautiful soul who always sees the best in people. Her ambition was sometimes responsible for some of her toughest times, yet she wouldn't be where she is today if not for her inner drive to succeed.
Controlling habits and an unshakeable inner voice are traits of many high-profile people. Read Sophie's story and learn more about the correlation between control and success.
With a foreword by Eamonn Holmes.
Pre-order by clicking here and receive a surprise keepsake with the book.