Dr Drew Liddle has written several works of self-help non-fiction under his own name and a great deal of genre fiction and children's fiction under a variety of pseudonyms. In a long and diverse career, he has been a grave-digger, a lorry-driver, a university lecturer, school teacher, journalist, advertising copywriter and management consultant. He has travelled widely and broadcast regularly. He is an acknowledged authority on early Jazz and writes a monthly Jazz column.
Everything changes for Judy Manners the moment Mum runs off to an artists’ commune on a remote Scottish island. Overnight, she goes from being happy and normal to depressed and introverted – even before a Polish Punk moves in with Dad to compound her misery.
This is a warm and tender work of teenage fiction that captures all the heartache and joy and the strength and vulnerability of being young
A step-by-step guide to every part of the process from identifying the enemy to ‘nuking’ them, this course offers clear explanations about how to raise your self-esteem, both passively and actively, and how to target the enemy before they target you. Employing a unique synthesis of sound judgement, informed insight and cutting edge psychotherapy, it will equip you with everything you need to survi