Caroline Richards studied social science and social work at Coventry University, graduating in the mid ‘90’s. She practiced as a social worker for 10 years, working with children and families in both the state and voluntary sectors, teaching the social work module at Lambeth College, and training social workers on placement. She left social work to try her hand at restaurant managing, book selling and running a holistic health centre, before starting her own domestic cleaning company. Meeting her husband at a business networking event, she quickly became pregnant, and committed to becoming a full-time mother and homemaker, going on to have a further three children. All birthed at home, she is amply qualified to write this book, and determined to impart what she has learnt to others. The journey of motherhood has inspired her to write, and she has had articles published in Juno Magazine and local NCT magazines, relating to motherhood and birth. In promoting the book she hopes to organise and participate in workshops and events relevant to parenthood, birth and natural living. Caroline is a committed yogini, having practiced yoga in various forms for over twenty years.
Descripción del libro
This book promises to:
• Inform the reader about natural childbirth and her choices for pregnancy and birth.
• Empower her to take control of her birth experience.
• Inspire her towards a natural, wonderful birth, and entry into motherhood.
Part One of the book contains the information necessary to guide the reader through pregnancy and birth, written in concise, approachable language with an empowering and positive ethos. Part Two contains real life birth stories from women who have had experience of natural birth in many different situations.
Público al que se apunta
Pregnant women, or trying for a baby, age late twenties to early/mid thirties, A/B1 social group, initially UK.
Editorial del ebook
aún no lo sé
Diseño de inspiración
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Atributos de estilo
Necesidades de diseño
Clear, open fonts. I don't want anything frilly, although I do want the design to be feminine, friendly and fun. Muted colours please. I would like the mood to be soothing, reflecting the natural world, and positive feeling, uplifting. A design or pattern is preferable to pictures, although 'designy' type drawings might work. I have played with an image of a baby coming out of a walnut shell which I liked so if you can take that forward that might be good. I would like the cover to give a sense of space and be fairly minimal. Thanks very much.
Lo que debe evitarse
Photographs, frilly fonts, although some handwriting fonts might be ok, cartoon characters, too much pink (rather have it as an accent).
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