The Power of Words, Charlotte Reed

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Author ‘May The Thoughts Be With You’

When Charlotte Reed was struck by a constant feeling of ‘utter terror’, she bravely decided to try and heal herself. One way she fought her depression was to write down one inspiring thought a day. ‘May The Thoughts Be With You’, is a self-illustrated, handwritten book and, like Charlotte, it has a charming simplicity and modesty. Charlotte now has an international publishing deal and looks back at her depression ‘as a gift.’ You can still find her at her Portobello Market stall in London, selling her hugely popular book.

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