21 Miles - Jessica Hepburn

21 Miles

Swimming in Search of the Meaning of Motherhood

One woman’s story of swimming the Channel in search of the meaning of motherhood Les mer
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One woman’s story of swimming the Channel in search of the meaning of motherhood
Forlag: Unbound Digital
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781783528554
Format: 20 x 13 cm

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  • 'Jessica inspired me to confront my “sad thing”, to take on a challenge outside my comfort zone’ Outdoor Swimmer
  • ‘An amazing, page-turning, jaw-droppingly honest read’ Mumsnet Summer Reads
  • ‘It was this year’s most keenly awaited fertility book, and Jessica Hepburn's 21 Miles doesn't disappoint . . . Go and buy this highly recommended book right away!’ Fertility Road
  • ‘Jessica wins over the reader with her sparkling style, yet her self-deprecating humour also belies an undertow of tremendous sadness . . . I laughed, and I cried, in equal measure’ Welldoing
  • ‘I am sure that this book will help so many people’ Positive Fertility
  • 'Just delicious . . . It has made me feel better in a world where infertility can make you feel pretty rubbish' Lisa Faulkner, actor and MasterChef-winning cook
  • 21 Miles not only held my attention . . . It fed my heart and nurtured my soul’ Pamela Tsigdinos, author of Silent Sorority
  • ‘Jessica is a natural storyteller and her book will have you in both laughter and tears, maybe at the same time’ Lesley Pyne, author of Finding Joy Beyond Childlessness

One woman's story of swimming the Channel in search of the meaning of motherhoodJessica Hepburn is one of the UK's leading voices on fertility, infertility and IVF. She is the author of the book The Pursuit of Motherhood and writes and speaks widely in the press and media on the subject of assisted conception and alternative routes to parenthood. In 2016, following her ten-year tenure as executive director of the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith, she founded Fertility Fest, the world's first arts festival dedicated to the science of making babies and modern families. In 2018 she was nominated as one of Amnesty International's Women of Suffragette Spirit and won the Fertility Foundation's inaugural Fertility Hero Award for her campaigning work.