David Tennant Featured In The Big Issue’s New Book Letter To My Younger Self
David Tennant is one of a hundred famous faces to contribute The Big Issue’s new book Letter To My Younger Self.
If you could whisper some wisdom in the ear of your younger self, what would you say? For years leading lights in entertainment, art, science, sport and politics have shared the things they wished they’d known at 16 in The Big Issue’s weekly Letter to My Younger Self feature. Now they have brought 100 of the best interviews together in a book, devised and written by Big Issue journalist Jane Graham and on sale now.
Some of the best-known, most interesting and most successful figures in entertainment, politics, food, sport and business to give advice, offer hope and share a few jokes with their younger selves. They open up, in ways they never had,reflecting on their lives and themselves with affection, sympathy and sometimes disbelief.
This collection of the most incredible letters includes Paul McCartney on how he found inspiration, Olivia Colman on overcoming confidence problems, Mo Farah on the importance of losing, Arianna Huffington on knowing your motivations, Jamie Oliver on trusting your instinct and many, many more, including Rod Stewart, Margaret Atwood, Buzz Aldrin, David Cameron, Eddie Izzard, Desmond Tutu, Neil Gaiman, Ruby Wax, Ranulph Fiennes,Tracey Emin, Ian McEwan, Michael Palin, Melanie C, Tim Peake, Dionne Warwick and Ewan McGregor.
Letter to My Younger Self is a revelatory and profound exploration into the wit and wisdom that age brings, and of the unique insights that looking back can reveal.
Proceeds from the sales of this book go to The Big Issue to continue their work dismantling poverty and promoting social justice.
Letter to My Younger Self: 100 Inspiring People on the Moments That Shaped Their Lives is available now from all good booksellers. Order online at Amazon.co.uk