A tale of honesty and joy from one of Britain's most influential women . . . Unflinchingly honest ... in this memoir, she writes openly and comfortingly about the mental health issues we all face.
A revelatory honest read . . . She writes with clear-eyed insight . . . There's no doubt that the book will make an impact and enable young girls to question the boxes society places them in and to dream bigger than the previous generation thought possible.
Each chapter explores a different role Hussain has played in her life so far . . . this is far from a smug "you too could have it all" manual for the modern woman. It is more about Hussain's long struggle to find her place in the world.
[Finding My Voice] explores difficult issues like her anxiety and traumas of her childhood.
Her first foray into telling her life story, Finding My Voice sees Nadiya discuss life with mental health issues as someone who suffers with panic attacks.
An honest discussion of anxiety, Nadiya Hussain's book is a real comfort read.
Featuring personal recipes and childhood memories, [Nadiya] lets us into her life for the very first time. Her journey to capturing our hearts on our television screens has been far from an easy one, as she explains that this book is for everyone who has been told 'no' and had their dreams stunted by others. Pick up Finding My Voice to discover how her background shaped her to become the woman she is today.
Since winning Bake Off in 2015, Nadiya has become a TV favourite . . . Only 34, Nadiya has been through a lot and in her memoir she touches on some of the most important roles in her life . . . Each chapter begins with a poem and ends with a recipe and both offer insights into Nadiya's mind. It's a moving and funny book.
One of the most compelling autobiographies I've read . . . the most influential Asian woman in the UK, the most popular baker in Britain and the most unexpected, surprising, five-foot nothing kickass of a woman.'
Nadiya Hussain has become a household name as a cookbook writer, author and television presenter. Her memoir is the warm and inspiring tale of a young woman who felt she lacked opportunities but defied the way society tried to pigeonhole her. Also delving into Nadiya's issues with anxiety, it is an honest and uplifting autobiography.
Finding My Voice is courageous; she's written with unflinching honesty about her upbringing . . . This is no banal celeb memoir; it's Nadiya tackling her life - the light as well as dark - head on . . . It's a brave book, but then Nadiya has already broken many moulds.
Honest and absorbing
A fascinating from-the-heart memoir
Raw and revealing . . . She is disarmingly funny
You called it Finding My Voice and it's you talking to me. I know I say this a lot when people are on but not everybody writes a book where I'm hearing them.