Giovanna Fletcher’s latest book, Letters on Motherhood, is set for release on 20 February 2020.
The book will feature a collection of personal letters that Giovanna wrote to each of her children throughout her pregnancy. It will also include a mixture of letters to herself, her parents, her husband – Tom Fletcher – and “other mums and dads who feel like they’re failing, even though they’re doing a great job”.
Giovanna delivered the announcement through a short, montage-style video on her YouTube channel.
“Each pregnancy I would write letters to the baby in my tummy”, Giovanna writes in an Instagram post. “Telling them what I was up to and keeping them up to date on scans, kicks and reveals”.
“Thoughts, ponderings, sense and nonsense – it’s all in there.”
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Soooo… I can finally reveal what I've been locked away writing! Yep, that's right – a new BOOK is heading your way. Each pregnancy I would write letters to the baby in my tummy. Telling them what I was up to, and keeping them up to date on scans, kicks and reveals. I used to love taking time in the evening to sit and channel my energy into something calm – something that made me reflect on the past, be in the present and hope for the future all in one go. I’d missed writing those letters as it was a great way to process emotions, share honestly and muddle through my thoughts. Letters on Motherhood is an array of letters not only to my boys, but to my own parents, my husband, other mums and dads who feel like their failing even though they’re doing a great job, and to myself. Thoughts, ponderings, sense and nonsense – it's all in there. Letters On Motherhood will be published 20th February 2020, and you can pre-order it now. Amazon: http://hyperurl.co/LettersOnMotherhood Audible – http://hyperurl.co/LettersAudioEdition Signed Edition exclusively at Waterstones – http://hyperurl.co/LettersSignedEdition I’ll pop links in IG stories! Xx
The book is now available for pre-order from Amazon or signed copies can be pre-ordered from Waterstones. An audiobook version is also set for release on Audible.
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