Books

Slow Down and Green Up

Every householder should have a copy of this easy reference guide to reducing household waste and stopping wasteful behaviour. The book is a top down guided tour through the average family home, from bedroom and bathroom through to the kitchen and out into the garden.

Although the percentage we recycle is increasing we still need to dramatically reduce the amount of waste we produce whether that be waste from the kitchen or bathroom or garden shed.

Full of practical tips and quirky ideas – from insulating your loft to jazzing up your old clothes; growing your own food to keeping chickens.

Visit BookOfRubbishIdeas.com For more tips and hints on how to live sustainably.

Available as an eBook only

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For Women

The first in a series of books on surviving divorce with your sanity and a smile.

Through a sharp and comedic pen, the poems outline everything from the uphill struggles, to the absolute adventures faced by many women, as they attempt to carve a coherent route through the most emotionally and financially draining times. Tracey’s divorce poetry will move you from laughter to tears with truths from several different women’s personal experiences of divorce and offers an honest reflection of common journeys showing you’re not alone. Part of the proceeds are being donated to the West Dorset Women’s Refuge and another Dorset organisation helping women in crisis.

Visit PoetryOfDivorce.com for free daily tips on how to cope with the stress of divorce.

Available as a paperback or an eBook

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For Women & Men

‘Diary of Divorce: for women & men’ is an evocative, emotional, self-help journal; a vital companion for anybody immersed in the madness of divorce. It is designed to help the reader vent frustration, pour their heart out, stay organised and plan a better future, with prompted pages for their journal entries. It is the second in a series of books by Tracey West on surviving divorce with sanity and a smile.

Visit PoetryOfDivorce.com for free daily tips on how to cope with the stress of divorce.

Available as a paperback only

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A Dorset Love Story

A short story of love, death, hope and possibility from sustainable author, Tracey West. Bridport and Lyme Regis in Dorset set the scene for A Rising Tide of Secrets with real venues and actual events in the Summer of 2014, the wettest on record in the UK and the pivotal point of change for Finola Neal and Euan Breckenridge.

Their hearts have been put pulled through the mill in completely different ways and their troubled souls are about to connect like lightning bolts to the ground in this optimistic tale.

What is being carried in on The Rising Tide of Secrets?

Available as an eBook only

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for Living with an Alcoholic

This survival guide pulls no punches and is essential reading for anyone living with an active drinker, particularly spouses and partners. Its tried and trusted practical steps will help you rediscover yourself and find strength to get through the tough times. It is packed with action points for you that will help your loved one find sobriety.

Foreword and editing by Tracey West

For more information visit HowToLiveWithAnAlcoholic.com

Available as a paperback or an eBook

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Fundraising for Martha Care

A giggle-packed fundraising joke book for Martha Care, a tiny but powerful charity that helps the parents of terminally ill and very sick children. They provide a Martha Care worker in the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, whose sole purpose is to support the families who’ve had their lives turned upside-down. Every book sale counts, thank you.

Foreword and editing by Tracey West

Editing by Simon West

Cover by Jo Stroud

For more information visit MarthaCare.org

Available as a paperback only

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