I Haven’t Been Entirely Honest With You

Hello to you, I am with news. I have a new book: I Haven’t Been Entirely Honest With You. I know – what an intriguing title!

Basically, I have had an unexpectedly difficult decade – there have been surprising joys but also deep revelations and challenging lows. I shall be honest about those, because what I discovered in the difficult times were my, what I call, treasures. Treasures – practical tools, values, ways, answers researched from some great scientists, neuroscientists, therapists, sociologists (all the ‘ists’) out there – that have genuinely led to a sense of freedom, joy, peace and physical recovery I never would have thought possible. Life now, amazingly, with what I will share is – SUCH FUN! (Always important to quote your own catch phrases…)

If you fancy having a read, then I hope my story might help your story. After all, we are in this beautiful, mysterious, challenging life together. Rest assured there are funny stories along the way – we will have a laugh too, my dear reader chum. Oh, and I couldn’t possibly say if there is a love story in it . . . (There is – shush.) Exciting!

For more info and to pre-order now head to Amazon, Waterstones, Waterstones (Signed Copy!), WH Smith, Bookshop.org, Audible, Apple Audiobooks or Apple E-Books

New Products At The Miranda Shop!

There are some WONDERFUL new products available now at The Miranda Shop! So do please gallop over and have a look!

The Miranda Shop is committed to selling unique and playful products, plus supporting charities who help people living with chronic illness. Your purchases make a difference – thank you!

Chatty Rambles

Miranda, whilst in lockdown, has launched her now extremely popular Chatty Rambles (or Chambles!)

Catch them on instaTV, Facebook or YouTube (here!) to receive some wise, thoughtful musings that are helping many people as well as much silliness. All unprepared. Just chat.

Such Fun Film News: Emma!

EMMA is now available ONLINE! Roll up, roll up! Miranda as Miss Bates. Cast includes Bill Nighy, Josh O’ Connor, Johnny Flynn and Anya Taylor Joy as Emma.

“Miranda Hart as Miss Bates, a disadvantaged friend to the Woodhouses, is inspired casting with her awkwardly loud and shrill voice matching with the comedian’s ample sense of timing, always hitting the perfect notes.”

“A gorgeously shot Jane Austen adaptation with balletic comedy, eccentric characters, and sexual bite”