Book Club

Reading the stories of how other people cope with IVF, fictional or not, can be a real comfort. Just to know you’re not fighting battles alone can help you see your own situation in a new light.

Here are some incredible ‘survival guides’ from couples who have been through IVF and several outstanding fictional stories. We also share some wonderful books written for IVF children to help them understand how they came in to this world.

If you choose to read any of our suggested titles, we’d love to hear your reviews.

Email us with your thoughts, or why not use your buddy locator to start up a book club of your own and enjoy talking about them over a cuppa?

If you would like to buy any of these fantastic books click here to go through to our shop.

If you find any must-read books that our members need to know about, let us know!

The Pea That Was Me

Reading this charming storybook to your preschooler is a wonderful way to introduce them to the fact that you wanted the…

The two Week Wait

What if the thing you most longed for was resting on a two-week wait? After a health scare, Brighton-based Lou learns th…

The Fragile Life

Alex’s life is a mess. She’s barely holding down a job, can only just afford her apartment, and can’t remember when she …

The Winter Children

Olivia and Dan Felbeck are blissfully happy when their longed-for twins arrive after years of IVF. At the same time, the…

Sing You Home

Trudie and Lloyd Thompson’s 12-year journey of IVF treatment led to them losing a business and facing bankruptcy. The tw…

It starts with the egg

Your Complete Guide to Improving Egg Quality and Fertility. How to avoid toxins that harm developing eggs and increase t…

My IVF Journal

My name is Natalie. I am a normal 26 year old who has never struggled to get pregnant, but unfortunately has struggled t…

The Pursuit of Motherhood

It’s been called a cross between Bridget Jones’ Diary and Eat Pray Love for the infertile generation. The pursuit of mot…

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