It's OK to feel the way you do Written by Josh Langley Released: October 2017 Book title: It's OK to feel the way you do Author: Josh Langley Illustrator: Josh Langley Publisher: Big Sky Publishing RRP: $14.99 Intended Audience: 4 and up ISBN: 9781925520965 Author’s website: joshlangley.com.au Tell us about yourself I’m a daydreamer, eternal optimist and idealist. I’ve also been known … Continue reading Interview with Creative Kids Tales
It’s ok to feel the way you do otherwise you wouldn’t be you October 3, 2017jnrbookworms By Josh Langley Publisher Big Sky Publishing Phillip Aged 5 5 stars Phillip was enthralled with this and I was surprised as it was a lot to take in for a 5 year old. But he told me about breathing … Continue reading Jnr Book Worms Book Review
It's OK to Feel the Way You Do Josh Langley Big Sky Publishing Reviewed by Meg Whelan Released October 2017 Paperback ISBN 9781925520965 RRP $14.99 Category: Younger readers It’s OK to Feel the Way You Do is a gentle journey through the emotions that everyone feels at some point—happiness, anger, sadness, loneliness, pride, fear and … Continue reading Review by Books and Publishing Australia
I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by Nicky Albrecht from BookBuzz Family In one of the most revealing interviews I've had to date, Nicky isn't afraid to ask the hard questions. "I can’t wait to share this month’s author talk. This guy has followed a path all of his own towards success. And his story is … Continue reading Life, Death and Feelings: Author Josh Langley tells all to the Bookbuzz family.
The rate of suicide and depression in this country is staggering and I hope can help in some small way to address the issue. I'm not an expert in the field, but I know from personal experience that every little bit of self understanding helps and being able to talk openly about what's going on … Continue reading Suicide and depression
Image courtesy of Google Images and Palm Press Its fast coming up to 1 year since I left the safety of fulltime employment with nothing to go to except a vague hope of doing something fulfilling. I call these moments ‘Jumping Off Points’ or JOPs for short. I’ll write more about what the last 12 … Continue reading Have you jumped before?