National Fertility Awareness Week – Day One

niaw_logo_line_bottomThe week seems to have started really well with lots of social media conversation about fertility. I marked it by going to talk to staff at a City law firm about fertility and about how to help colleagues and employees who may be affected. It was encouraging that the subject had generated so much interest, and there were a number of questions and issues which came up for discussion at the end of the talk. It’s something many more employers could consider as increasing understanding about fertility problems can make all the difference.

I was also delighted that Piatkus, who publish my books, are offering five free copies of Precious Babies (the book about pregnancy, birth and parenting after infertility) to celebrate the week – all of these things help to raise awareness.

If you haven’t got involved with National Fertility Awareness Week yet, it’s not too late – go to the website and see what you might like to get involved with from baking to the Fertility Show!¬†

Win a copy of Precious Babies – pregnancy, birth and parenting after fertility problems

51+JSiCIa1LIf you’re pregnant or a parent after fertility problems, Precious Babies is written just for you – and Piatkus are kindly donating a copy each day of National Fertility Awareness Week.

If you’d like to be entered into the draw for a copy – you can use the contact page on this blog or on my website¬†giving me your details – and you may be one of the lucky winners of a free copy of the book.