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  • Katie Piper: Audible Sessions: FREE Exclusive interview | Robin Morgan

    Katie Piper: Audible Sessions: FREE Exclusive interview

    • ORIGINAL (19 mins)
    • By Robin Morgan
    • Narrated By Katie Piper
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    Katie Piper joins Robin Morgan in the Audible Studios to talk about her new book, Confidence: The Secret, her unique writing process and the books that have inspired her over the years.

  • Confidence: The Secret | Katie Piper

    Confidence: The Secret

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 11 mins)
    • By Katie Piper
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    Who doesn't want to know how to achieve real confidence - and who better to pass on the secrets than a woman who has overcome such gruelling physical and emotional hurdles and emerged on the other side smiling? In 2008 Katie Piper survived a brutal rape and acid attack which left her severely burned and disfigured and changed her life forever. Her previous audiobooks told the story of her long and painful journey back towards health and happiness. Now, in Confidence: The Secret, Katie takes the next step from recovery to empowerment.

  • From Mother to Daughter: The Things I'd Tell My Child

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs)
    • By Katie Piper, Diane Piper
    • Narrated By Diane Piper, Katie Piper
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    Whether you're becoming a mum for the first time or you have children who are growing up faster than you could have ever imagined, motherhood can feel like the most joyful and yet the most daunting of times. But you're not alone. From the moment I knew my first baby was a girl I started to plan, hope and dream. I couldn't wait to experience that special bond, but I wondered how I'd feel about being a working mum, how I'd hold on to the person I am.

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