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13:17

LifeStyle

New book reveals life-changing advice about mental health issues

Tony Bryant

David has recently published a new book (co-written with Kemp) called The Anxiety Conversation, which is based on a series of interviews conducted in Andalucía during the course of one year. David asked Kemp more than 500 questions concerning all aspects ... are meant to be'. David is convinced that Kemp's advice offers a life-changing source of wisdom, even though some of his methods are at odds with the accepted way of thinking. He hopes the new book will show people who suffer from mental health ... issues that when they feel pain, whether physical or emotional, it is a message for them to change - to stop doing something or to do something differently. "We did the interviews and wrote the book mostly in Andalucía. I have no doubt that Wayne Kemp

13:37

LifeStyle

All heroes of our Costa community

SUR IN ENGLISH

British International School Marbella Colourful characters Supergirl, Spiderman and Captain America. Those were just some of the characters that children at the British International School of Marbella dressed up as while celebrating Book Week ... drop-everything-and-read times throughout the week, a book fair and an exciting last day in hero- -and-villain-themed fancy dress. For information visit www.bsm.org.es ARCH Spring festival ARCH (The Andalusian Rescue Centre for Horses and Donkeys) held a Spring

10:42

LifeStyle

The 'warrior nuns' film for Netflix in Antequera

ANTONIO J GUERRERO

...dark red wallpaper. The plot is based on a comic book story of a young woman who wakes up on a slab in the morgue and discovers she has extraordinary powers. Filming of the series, which has also taken place in Marbella and Malaga, will resume in

16:15

Opinion

The Bourdain way

ANDREW J. LINN

...a heroin addict. The publication of his first book, Mind of a Chef, literally saved his life. It caught the attention of TV producers and once Bourdain morphed into a presenter of his own TV programme, there was no stopping him. In 18 years he

14:42

Sport

The virtual unknown

Rob Palmer

...the game. He wrote a book on tactical analysis for which Luis Enrique wrote the foreword: "He's a voracious trainer, unsatisfied by nature with an amazing ability to analyse problems and find solutions. Add that to his capacity to inexhaustible work."

10:12

LifeStyle

A beloved country at war with itself

Mark Nayler reading into spain

A central vein of disappointment and sadness runs through A Moment of War, Laurie Lee’s unrelentingly bleak account of his experiences during the Spanish civil war. As I Walked Out One Midsummer’s Morning - the conclusion of which is this book ... to disappear forever, whatever the outcome of the conflict: “Worse than a country at war, this one was at war with itself - an ultimate, more permanent wastage.” One reads in Lee’s book, as one does in so many first-hand accounts of war, that a

16:08

LifeStyle

Juan José's new lifestyle

Ángel Escalera

...sedentary activities, including reading, which he loves. At the moment he is reading a book called The Problem of the Three Bodies, by Chinese writer Liu Cixin and, at the same time, he is re-reading a novel by Emilio Salgari featuring Sandokán. He loved

12:49

LifeStyle

Spanish history from a female perspective

JENNIE RHODES

Granada-based British writer, Barbara Lamplugh, has recently published her second novel set in Spain; The Red Gene. The book comes four years after Secrets of the Pomegranate, released in 2015. The story starts in 1936 as Civil War breaks out in ... who investigates her family's past and finds the answers that her mother has been unable to get. Lamplugh says of her decision to write a book set during the war, "I wanted to throw light on that dark period of Spanish history that has been largely ... brushed under the carpet, here in Spain, at least, but has left a strong legacy." The main inspiration for the book, says Lamplugh, came from the stolen babies scandal which hit the Spanish headlines a few years ago. She met women whose children had

11:58

Gibraltar

Book crossing day on Saturday

Debbie Bartlett

This year's book crossing event will take place on Saturday 2 June from 11am to 2pm in the lobby of the Parliament building in the Piazza, Main Street. Children and adults are welcome to bring and take books that others have 'released', to “make the

14:29

Opinion

Mansplaining

ELENA DE MIGUEL

The American writer Rebecca Solnit tells the story of how once, at a party, a man approached her to ask about her literary career. She mentioned her latest book, about the British photographer and researcher Eadweard Muybridge. She didn't get the ... chance to explain much more. Her companion interrupted her and asked, in a badly calculated attempt to show up the writer's ignorance, if she had heard of the "most important" book that had been released that year about Muybridge. The end of the story is ... easy to imagine: the book that this audacious chap - she calls him "Mr Very Important" - was talking about was hers. The anecdote is, undoubtedly, the most embarrassing that the writer describes in her article Men Explain Things To Me, that she later