Mother’s Day is for acknowledging and appreciating the invaluable role that mothers play. So for Mother’s Day this year, we’ve gathered audiobooks and ebooks which range from stories of advice to getting over heartbreaks and working through the struggles of being a single mother.
Here’s why you should include these titles in your Mother’s Day lists, relevant strong women carousels and thematic lists:
- Shortlisted for the Goldsmiths Prize in 2022 and featured in The Guardian for their ‘Audiobook of the week’ – ‘Somebody Loves You’ by Mona Arshi
- A feel-good story of starting a family, juggling a thriving career, and a husband “struggling” with it all. Perfect for fans of Suzy K Quinn, Fiona Gibson and Gill Simms. – ‘Mum’s Big Break’ by Louise Emma Clarke
- “Funny, heart-warming and moving”, seven short stories from international bestselling author Amanda Prowse. Prowse writes stories of ordinary women and their families who find their strength, courage and love tested in ways they never imagined. – ‘Something Quite Beautiful’ by Amanda Prowse
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A teacher asked me a question, and I opened my mouth as a sort of formality but closed it softly, knowing with perfect certainty that nothing would ever come out again.
Ruby gives up talking at a young age. Her mother isn’t always there to notice; she comes and goes and goes and comes, until, one day, she doesn’t. Silence becomes Ruby’s refuge, sheltering her from the weather of her mother’s mental illness and a pressurized suburban atmosphere.
Plangent, deft, and sparkling with wry humor, ‘Somebody Loves You’ is a moving exploration of how we choose or refuse to tell the stories that shape us.
Life in the spotlight was never going to be easy…
Jess’s life was turned upside down when her blog went viral.
Now, with hundreds of thousands of followers, Jess is now navigating the trials and tribulations of a world online.
Being a mummy blogger was originally an escape, but now it seems to be turning into a career. And after one wrong post on her social media channels, Jess discovers that life in the spotlight isn’t always peachy.
With a new baby on the way, the possibility of starring in a reality TV show and a husband who’s struggling with his wife’s new-found fame, Jess has a lot going on.
Jess needs to decide whether this is everything she wanted it to be or whether this is all a bit too much for her? Can Jess persevere against the haters, rise up above the pettiness and find the perfect balance of life in the real world and life online?
Seven powerful, gripping short stories from bestselling author, Amanda Prowse. If you have not discovered Amanda Prowse yet you are in for a real treat… Full of incident and real characters’ Rascals of London Collection includes: “Something Quite Beautiful”, “The Game”, “Ten Pound Ticket”, “Imogen’s Baby”, “Miss Potterton’s Birthday Tea”, “A Christmas Wish” and “Mr Portobello’s Morning Paper”.
Susie has just arrived in Australia. She is clutching a newborn baby, but she has no wedding ring on her left hand. With no money, and no hope, how can she turn her life around? Gemma Peters, a happy-go-lucky teenager has disappeared without trace. Where has she gone? Why has she been lying to her family? And, most importantly, will she ever come home?
Twenty-four-year-old Imogen longs for a baby. She knows it’s hard to raise a child alone, but Imogen is also blind. Can she overcome life’s challenges and have the baby she longs for?
Recently widowed Louise is facing life as a single mum of three. As her sister Christa keeps telling her, the tragic accident that claimed the life of her husband was just that: an accident. So why does she feel so guilty?
At long last, Carl’s winning the battle against his demons; he’s in therapy, he has a new girlfriend, and he loves life in The Mews where he’s surrounded by friends who feel like family. But then he gets some news that will change his life forever…
Christa can’t have kids and she’s okay with that – even though her (ex)boyfriend suddenly isn’t. A one-night stand with her gorgeous neighbour Carl is the perfect way to move on… until it results in a shocking surprise. If she’s going to face her new future head-on, Christa must finally deal with a long-buried secret from her past… but she’s going to need all the help she can get.
Can the residents of The Mews pull together to make sure everyone gets their happy ending? Will these single mums be able to move on from life in the mansion?
Grace thought she had it all. Living in a beautiful village along with her husband Mark and son, Archie, she had devoted herself to being the perfect mum and wife.
Until that fateful day when she walked in on Mark kissing his secretary – and her perfect life fell apart. Now she’s a single mum, trying to find her way in life and keep things together for Archie’s sake.
Grace’s life needs a shake-up, and fast. So when gorgeous gardener Vinnie turns up on her doorstep, she might just have found the answer to her prayers.
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