My Weekly Latest Issue September 14, 2019

Cover of My Weekly latest issue September 10, with Martin Clunes and sausages cookery

My Weekly editor Stuart JohnstoneWe’re lucky to have some great writers who contribute to My Weekly, and this week we welcome back one of our favourites – Adele Parks, the bestselling author who has sold millions of page-turning novels. We’re also giving you the chance to win a copy of her excellent latest book, Lies, Lies, Lies. We all enjoy reading here at My Weekly, and we know you do too, so I’d love to know – who are your favourite authors? Whose books can you just never put down? Drop me an email and let me know! Have a great week.

Stuart Johnstone, Editor

My Weekly latest issue is on sale from September 14-21, available at supermarkets, newsagents and as a subscription.

Take a look at what’s inside…

Sue Meets A Roo!

She’s better known as our sharp and savvy money-saving expert. But in our latest issue Sue Hayward enjoys a breathtaking trip to the Australian Outback… including a bedtime visit to a sanctuary for orphaned baby kangaroos. Awwww! Find out how you could do this too!

Sue Hayward in T shirt and sunglasses, cradling sleeping baby kangaroo in a bright coloured blanket

Pic: Sue Hayward

52 Ways To Increase Your Energy

Are you “tired all the time”? It’s so common that doctors abbreviate it to TATT! But apart from fixing underlying health issues and taking a quick fix of caffeine, how can you rediscover your bounce? We’ve collected a whole pile of tips from experts in various fields of health – find out which ones will work for you.

Woman sitting on bed in yoga pose

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A Feast Of Fiction

As Stuart mentions above, this week we have a fabulous romantic short story from best-selling author Adele Parks – and ten copies of her compelling latest release, Lies Lies Lies, up for grabs! On top of that, you can immerse yourself in a humorous neighbourhood feud, enter the world of a mysterious hatmaker, and share a gentle lesson in gratitude…

Stack of old books with more leaning against it, cup of coffee sitting on top

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For The Love Of Elise

Life is challenging enough for any new mum. Christie Hermiston had a difficult pregnancy, a traumatic premature birth, and then discovered that her daughter has cerebral palsy. In our touching Real Life feature she explains the battles they face and how her love and pride for her daughter – and the support of the charity Scope – keep her going.

Blonde young m\um cuddling and playing with toddler daughter

Pic: Scope/

Sarah Proctor

I've worked on a variety of regional newspapers and national magazines. My Weekly and Your Best Ever Christmas are fantastic, warm-hearted brands with an amazing, talented team. I'm a sub-editor and particularly love working on cookery, fiction and advice pages - I feel I should know all the secrets of eternal life, health and happiness by now, but hey, we all need that regular reminder!