The coronavirus pandemic is upon us, and with most people stuck in lockdown, barely able to leave the house it may come as no surprise that Mrs Hinch’s practical new book of lists to help you tidy the house has managed to top the book charts in the UK.
The Little Book of Lists, which came out on 2 April, is described on Amazon by the author as being: “A whole book filled with just lists! Notebook goals! My idea of absolute heaven!”
The ‘cleanfluencer’, real name Sophie Hinchcliffe, is known for giving her fans tips and tricks on how to keep a tidy home on social media and she said of her new book: “As you all know, nothing helps me feel more organised than putting pen to paper and getting everything that's buzzing around my head down on to the page.
“Inside you'll find loads of Hinch Lists and Fresh'n Up Fridays to help you plan your hinching, as well as Tadaa Lists which I love to look back on and feel proud of.”
She continues: “Nothing feels better than ticking off those boxes and putting down my crystal pen at the end of a productive day.”
Because bookshops have closed, the true figures are unavailable for sales monitor Nielson Book International to look at, but data that is available shows The Little Book of Lists to be the clear frontrunner.
Mrs Hinch’s other books, published in 2019, are also a success, with her Activity Journal making it to sixth place in this weeks charts her book Hinch Yourself Happy coming in at a respectable 39th.
Her new book has leapfrogged over David Walliams' children's book Slime and Hilary Mantels' novel The Mirror and The Light to take the hot spot.
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Charlotte Hardman, Sophie’s publisher at Michael Joseph, explained that cleaning has become a source of comfort for people while they are at home, especially in the current climate.
She said: “There is so much that is beyond our control right now, but cleaning is something that we can do, not only to make happy homes, but also to help ease anxiety.”
“Sophie has built up an incredible community where followers can feel connected and together in this time of isolation. She is like a ray of sunshine.”
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