'Luck is believing you're lucky.'
Do you ever wonder why some people have all the luck? Often when things don't go our way we attribute it to bad luck - but how much control do we really have over our destiny?
Whether it's a genie in a bottle, the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow or a horseshoe nailed above your door, we're all hoping for a bit of luck in life. But prosper or fail, the difference between good and bad luck isn't all down to fate. Channel your inner leprechaun and carve out your own path.
The Little Book of Luck will become your lucky charm. Explore luck through a collection uplifting tips, simple exercises, folklore and superstitions and change your fortunes for the better.
Alison Davies runs workshops at universities throughout the UK, showing academics, students and early years practitioners how stories can be used as tools for teaching and learning. Alison writes for a wide selection of magazines, including Bella, Soul & Spirit, Your Fitness, Take a Break, Fate and Fortune, Spirit and Destiny, You, Kindred Spirit and Woman's Own. Her features have also appeared in The Times Education Supplement, Daily Mail and Sunday Express parenting section. Alison has also published The Little Book of Happiness, The Little Book of Tidiness, Written in the Stars, Be More Sloth and Be More Cat with Quadrille.