I’m very happy to announce that my book, The Insomnia Diaries: How I Learned to Sleep Again (£9.99), will be published by Octopus on June 10th 2021. It’s available for pre-order on Amazon, Waterstones, and other places.
Says the blurb: In The Insomnia Diaries, Miranda Levy tells the story of her experience of severe, crippling insomnia that affected every aspect of her life for years, and how she ultimately recovered. Part memoir, part reportage, this book will help anyone who struggles to get a good night’s sleep – whether occasionally or all of the time – appreciate the issues and understand the options as they find their best way to get the rest they need.
Scientist and sleep expert Dr Sophie Bostock has written the foreword. She and a host of expert contributors advise on the medical elements within the text throughout.
Says my publisher: ‘Who among us – especially these days – hasn’t encountered a sleepless night or two? Add the daily grind, parenthood (perhaps) or the challenges of midlife, and the notion of refreshing nights of deep sleep on the regular might feel out of reach. What Miranda Levy’s extraordinary story shows us is the extremes it’s possible to reach, the potential impact on every aspect of life and why it’s incredibly important to seek help when normal function is interrupted. Shocking – yet warm, relatable and optimistic too, The Insomnia Diaries will resonate with anyone who’s ever struggled to sleep.’
Say I: ‘Insomnia – or even a few nights’ missed sleep – can be incredibly debilitating. It’s also the loneliest condition one can imagine. I hope this book can be of solace and support when it’s just you, at 3.52, and only the numbers on your alarm clock for company.’
My literary agent is Charlotte Seymour at Andrew Nurnberg Associates:
+44 (020) 3327 0400 CSeymour@nurnberg.co.uk
I’m also the author of Rough Guide to Babies.
“A brilliant and useful read that doesn’t patronise the reader but
offers clear, honest facts.” – The Sun
“Clever new publication…practical and witty…. Just the ticket for modern
mums and dads to be.” – Irish Independent