A joyful, life-affirming read, this is a beautiful book that you'll talk and think about long after you read the final page
'So likeable, smart and wise. A bittersweet read about love, life and friendship that makes you stop and think long after you've finished reading the last page.' - bestselling author Tasmina Perry
'Entertaining, funny and full of wisdom, I loved this book.' - bestselling author Katie Fforde
'I read this recently and loved it SO much. I cried buckets, but it's ultimately a really positive, uplifting book about making every day count.' - bestselling author Clare Mackintosh The smallest things can make the biggest difference.
Annie has been sad for so long that she's forgotten how to be any other way. Until she meets Polly.
Polly is everything that Annie is not. She's colourful, joyful, happy. Because if recent events have taught Polly anything, it's that your time is too short to waste a single day.
Polly has one hundred days to help Annie find happiness. Annie's convinced it's impossible, but so is saying no to Polly. And on an unforgettable journey, Annie begins to realise that maybe, just maybe, there's still colour to be found in the world.
But then it becomes clear that Polly's about to need her new friend more than ever...and Annie will have to decide once and for all whether letting others in is a risk worth taking.
If you liked Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine or The Keeper of Lost Things, you'll love How to Be Happy
'A joyful, wise read' - Rosie Blake
'It's a gorgeous book - funny, touching, sweet, sad and profound.' - Daisy Buchanan
'You'll laugh and cry . . . heartwarming' - Best
'Uplifting' - Independent
'Will make you laugh while it tugs at your heart strings' - The People
There's a whole "list" of reasons I loved this book - and I know you will too! - Fabulous magazine
Clever, wise, relatable, and funny as hell - Sunday Mirror
Funny and touching - Grazia
Warm, witty and lots of fun - a fantastic new voice in women's fiction - Melissa Hill