Book Club

Welcome to the first book club of 2021, we’re thrilled to be back with yet another fantastic author. For our February edition we’ve turned to non-fiction once again, this time investigating the topic of resilience (something we’ve all needed a lot of recently).

In 9 Secrets to Thriving, Emma tells the deeply moving stories of the Thrivers. She shares their profound insights in a practical and accessible way, with practical strategies and stories, ready to be applied in order to lead a more fulfilling and joyful life.

Award-winning journalist, Madlen Davies was in conversation with Emma on Wednesday 3rd February at 6.30pm (GMT). Grab a copy of her audiobook exclusively from Audible.


The Pink, Auld & Brown Book Club is excited to be partnering with the Groucho Club to bring a fab variety of voices that matter to its membership. Books, discussion, meeting up with other book lovers and rubbing shoulders with authors are  all in the mix. Our first get togethers will be via zoom but as we know that books are not just for lockdown but for life we will be planning some great events at the club itself.


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Madlen Davies – Anchor Interviewer

Madlen Davies is an award-winning investigative journalist specialising in health. Her stories, short films and documentaries have appeared in the Guardian, The Times, The Telegraph, Daily Mail, CNN, Al Jazeera, Sky news, Channel 4’s Dispatches, The Lancet, The British Medical Journal and are widely syndicated abroad.

Madlen won the Association of British Science Writers award for the best investigative journalism in science in 2019, the Press Gazette British Journalism award for best food and farming journalism in 2018 and has previously won the Medical Journalist Association’s Young Journalist of the Year award. She was asked to host the US Centre for Disease Prevention and Control’s event on superbugs at the United Nations General Assembly meetings in 2017 and 2018. Madlen writes fiction in her spare time.



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