Writer, thinker, human being
Catriona Ross is a novelist and self-development author. As a writer, she focuses on sharing stories and ideas that raise consciousness.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Catriona Ross is the author of the novels The Last Book on Earth, The Presence of Peacocks, Little Diamond Eye and The Love Book, as well as An Uncommon Gift: the story of the South African Bone Marrow Registry and the lives changed by stem cell donation. She was features editor on O, The Oprah Magazine and Cosmopolitan, and has written articles for several publications including Psychologies, Men’s Health, Woman & Home, Good Housekeeping and Women’s Health. Catriona is a past overall winner of the South African Mental Health Information Centre Media Awards for destigmatising mental illness. She holds an MA in Creative Writing from the University of Cape Town, and currently works as Editor of Local Fiction at Penguin Random House South Africa.
TEN RADICAL VIEWS
FOR A RICHER LIFE
This quirky self-help book combines philosophy, spirituality, environmentalism and social commentary, offering helpful ways of seeing in a changing world.
‘Her storytelling is masterful, accessible. And the biggest gift of this flowing, entertaining read is that I came away feeling enriched, motivated and touched by some kind of fairy dust. There is indeed an effervescence, a magic, between the covers of this delightful book. In the final chapter the author challenged me: "You make your story …". This book will do just that. It’s an uplifting and empowering read.'
– Lynton Burger, author of She Down There and fellow of the International League of Conservation Writers
It’s about asking the pragmatic question, ‘How can I make the most of the phase I’m in?’
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