Feel-good, empowering and life-affirming, Which Way to Happiness? is a joyous adventure of following your dreams and discovering what makes you truly happy.
Guaranteed to make you smile, if you love Sophie Kinsella, Beth O'Leary and Nicola May, you'll LOVE Christina Bradley's hilarious and life-affirming novel of the search for happiness!
'Packed with humour, friendship and romance . . . it has a real life-affirming, self-affirming message that left me with a spring in my step' SOPHIE RANALD
'Christina Bradley shows real talent in creating a novel with pace and humour and uplifting self-discovery' HOT BRANDS COOL PLACES
*Previously published as Thirty*
'Well-written, witty and totally original' 5 star reader review
'Hilarious, very entertaining and you don't want to stop reading!' 5 star reader review
'Cheeringly good' 5 star reader review
'Laugh-out-loud funny' 5 star reader review
'Funny, easy, addictive read' 5 star reader review
'Hilarious, on point about being single' 5 star reader review
Bella Edwards wants to change her life.
With a significant birthday just a month away, Bella is aware that life isn't quite panning out the way she thought it would - or the way that the lives of everyone around her seem to be (if their constant social media updates are to be believed).
In a moment of madness - or absolute clarity - Bella calls quits on her job and her life in London and hops on a plane to New York, seeking the comfort and wisdom of her best friend, Esther, who sets her a challenge. Bella is going to spend the next thirty days saying yes to every new date, following her wildest dreams - and finding out what will make her truly happy.
What readers are saying about Which Way to Happiness?
'Such a witty, fun character . . . the concept was super entertaining . . . I loved her writing'
'An entertaining read and I really liked the concept of the book . . . I hope there will be a sequel'
'Fresh, sensitive and hilarious'
'Brings out real giggles in places but thought-provoking too!'
'Amazing and on point'
'Funny, fast-paced and highly addictive'
'Original and witty'
Christina Bradley started her career as an actress, living and working in British Columbia, Canada. This was when her love for storytelling first began. It wasn't until she moved back to London some years later, that her love affair with writing, finally took hold. Single at that time and fairly new to her thirties, she began reflecting on what this 'coming of age' meant, and the process of reconciling where you are, with where you'd always imagined you'd be. Christina observed this wasn't something she was experiencing alone, it was a much larger conversation (and basically an epidemic) amongst most of her single friends - everyone seemed to be in a blind-panic about turning thirty, and still searching for The One. Thirty was written in response.
Alongside her writing, Christina is the founder of the Communication Campus, helping individuals, brands and businesses communicate their message and their stories in front of live audiences. Christina, lives by the sea and is currently writing her next novel.