1. The Priory 2. My friend 3. The letter 4. New school 5. Mum and Dad 6. Swearing in church 7. Most Apologetic Girl 8. Hambledon 9. Running from words 10. Stumbling 11. Special Needs Department 12. Coming home 13. Doctor,doctor 14. Pills, pills, pills 15. Driving 16. Those who love me 17. Thailand 18. Dublin 19. It is my fault 20. Mental ward 21. Harley Street 22. Urine test 23. Loser, friend 24. Skating 25. Sevenoaks 26. Nursery 27. Journalism 28. Rocky 29. The truth
Planned campaign with personal appearances in national television and print media. Publication is timed to coincide with the start of Mental Health Awareness Week 2016.
Lily Bailey is 22 years old and has Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. She lives in London with her dog Rocky.
Often as chilling as Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar, but also full of so much inner and external turbulence that it reminded me at times of The Bourne Identity and Memento. Readers will root for Lily, even when she is attempting to run away from the realities - and sometimes authorities - chasing her.
-- Will Black, HuffPostUK
Matt Haig's honest and uplifting look at his own depression last year touched a nerve of many. This year, I think I'll put my best on Lily Bailey's personal journey through a lifetime of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) as non-fiction's best mental health confession.
-- Katy Noyes, GoodReads
-- Lucy Clark, The Guardian
Charming yet heartbreaking and gripping memoir
-- Alison Dotson Blog