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By Rebecca Myers

In the next instalment of Meet the Author, we meet Rebecca Myers. Rebecca is the founder of Live Happy, the health and well-being company, which consists of a network of physical gym facilities, a holistic app, and a host of corporate health and well-being consultative services.

Rebecca’s book Live Happy delves into the science of happiness – what happens in our bodies when we feel happy, what external factors make us happy, and what we can do about finding and sustaining these positive feelings.

Describe your book in 30-50 words.

Divided into three comprehensive sections, Live Happy looks at the practical ways to move and relax our bodies, how to eat better to feel better, and provides tips and exercises to practice improving and sustaining happiness, so you can live a happier life!

Why did you want to write a book?

This book is a culmination of the thoughts that have been running around my head for a while. I have always been fascinated with authors and actually making the effort to write a book. I have wanted to be an author for a long time, but never thought I would actually be able to do it.

With the guidance and support from Book Brilliance, I am so very proud to say I am now an author and managed to do it!

Who is your book aimed at?

My target audience at Live Happy is the busy professional. The book is definitely aimed at this audience, but it is also relevant for anyone wanting to understand the science behind why and how they have feelings of happiness and unhappiness and how to have a more positive outlook on life.

What is your vision for the book?

I would love the book to be a ‘go-to’ for people wanting to make a difference in their lives, without feeling they have to completely change what they do and without the need to understand very complex methodologies or theories.

What is your favourite book and why?

I have loads of books that I love, but a fiction book that I have returned to a number of times is Bill Bryson’s Notes from a Small Island. It just makes me laugh out loud every time and I really enjoy his writing style, his sense of humour and his opinion of our little country, in all its glory!