This January, we have four insightful new books: an optimistic investigation into chronic pain, the follow-up to an acclaimed memoir, a practical guide to copywriting, and a new edition of a science-based introduction to meditation practice.
In Why Does It Still Hurt?, Paul Biegler, a science journalist and former doctor, investigates the true source of chronic pain — our brain’s so-called neuroplasticity — and emerging therapies that take advantage of that same neuroplasticity to rewire the brain and end the suffering. Ten years on from the release of her acclaimed memoir, High Sobriety, Jill Stark returns with Higher Sobriety to fill in the gaps on where life took her after she unwittingly became the poster girl for sobriety. Tait Ischia’s Copywrong to Copywriter is a concise guide to copywriting that will help you feel confident in what you say and how you say it when you put fingers to the keyboard, perfect for small business owners. Whether you have no experience with a reflective practice or are an experienced practitioner, Dr Daniel J. Siegler’s Aware is a practical, hands-on guide that will enable you to cultivate more focus, presence, and peace in your day-to-day life.
For a chance to win a copy of one of our new books, join our giveaways on Facebook and Instagram.
For a chance to win a copy of one of our new books, join our giveaways on Facebook and Instagram. Entries close Friday 20 January. The giveaway is only open to AU and NZ residents.