'I think at this point in time we're all in need of as much good news as we can get! Ruby can always be guaranteed to lift your spirits' - Annie Lennox on Twitter
'In a world of relentlessly worrying news, finally a moment of good. I adored reading And Now for the Good News - truly there is hope' - Emma Freud on Twitter
You would be forgiven for thinking 2020 was not the year for a book about good news. But now might be the time we need it most. Ruby Wax is here to reassure us with her brand new book, And Now For The Good News. This is her positivity prescription, showing us the green shoots of optimism and change forcing their way up and into the sunlight.
She has spent the last three years speaking to the inspiring people who are spearheading the latest innovation and influencing a brighter future for humanity. From the communities being designed to eradicate loneliness and the companies putting their employees' happiness first, to the AI technology teaching children with learning difficulties and taking literacy to levels higher than ever before.
Ruby's here to show you that behind the clouds, the sun still shines. So, do you want the good news?
'A new book by Ruby is in itself Good News! It sounds like a tonic for the universal malaise' - Ian McKellen on Twitter
'This book couldn't be more needed right now!' - Nigella Lawson on Twitter
'I loved it!' - Claudia Winkleman on Twitter
With this marvellous book, Ruby Wax has confirmed her position as one of the most readable, inspirational and engaging writers in the field of human mental health, happiness and fulfilment.
Ruby has beautifully fused neurology and spirituality and given us a means to cope with operating both a mind and a brain
A guide to mindfulness that's as hilarious as it is useful
I think at this point in time we're all in need of as much good news as we can get! Ruby can always be guaranteed to lift your spirits!
In a world of relentlessly worrying news, finally a moment of good. I adored reading And Now for the Good News - truly there is hope
Comedian and mental health guru Ruby Wax recommends steering clear of life-altering new year's resolutions. Here's why...
Ruby Wax joins David Baddiel in the Penguin studio to talk about her book A Mindfulness Guide for the Frazzled.
In this extract from A Mindfulness Guide for the Frazzled, Ruby Wax tells us why she fell out of love with Mesopotamian history, and describes the ways in which our education system is failing to prepare young people for a mentally healthy life.