How To Be Fearless - an evening with Lou Hamilton

Wednesday 12th October 18:30 - 20:00 at London - Islington

Artist. Blogger. Mother. Life Coach. Award-Winning Screenwriter. Lou Hamilton presents her first book Brave New Girl, a collection of fearless-doodles from her motivational monthly Picture Post blog of the same name.

Collected in a stunningly illustrated hardback gift edition, Brave New Girl collects the best of Lou Hamilton's doodles of her inspirational ninja-girl character, “aimed at encouraging girls and women across the world to be all they want to be”.

Lou will be In Conversation with Karen Campbell, continuing their dialogue following their recent Q+A interview in Standard Issue. They will be discussing how BNG came about, Lou's creative process and her hopes for the character in the future. Could we be seeing more books, or even a film of BNG? 
Considering how women and girls may use and interpret BNG for their own fearlessness, Lou and Karen, both life coaches, will also be discussing fearlessness itself, how to be ourselves and live the lives we want to lead in defiance of the endless pressures and challenges women face today.

"BNG will show girls and women out there how to be anything they want to be, how to beat back their inner bully and how to raise merry hell in the pursuit of a better life for all."

Accompanied by images from her new book, this event promises to be the inspiration for fearlessness we all need in the run up to Christmas.

The event is free, but please reserve a seat

Further details: 02077042280

London - Islington Waterstones, London - Islington
Wednesday 12th October 18:30 - 20:00

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