Daphne Kapsali is a writer, reluctant yogi, and pathological optimist – among many other things. In 2014, she gave up her life in London to spend the autumn and winter writing on a remote Greek island called Sifnos; the result, a book entitled 100 days of solitude – 100 separate and interconnected stories on claiming the time and space to live as your true self and do what you love – was published in March 2015, and has become an unexpected bestseller. She has since published another five books. She divides her time between London and Sifnos, in an attempt to keep two (of many) conflicting sides of personality in balance, and enjoys a ride on the London Underground at rush hour almost as much as an empty beach in December.
Daphne is a big fan of the law of attraction, the universe, and all things positive, and hopes her story will keep inspiring others to overcome their fears and limiting beliefs, and live their best lives.