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Do Hope

Why you should never give up.

Gail Muller

Gail Muller, a chronic pain sufferer, was told to ‘give up hope’ of a recovery and accept that she would be in a wheelchair by 40. She refused. She eventually found a cure and went on to walk the legendary Appalachian Trail. But what is hope? And why do we need it now more than ever?

In this book, Gail shares her own story of survival and what she has learnt: that hope is not just a platitude, it’s a powerful and energising catalyst towards better days. A light in the dark. But sometimes hope can fade — and if that happens, how do we get it back? In Do Hope you will:

  • Meet the Three Musketeers: resilience, perseverance and self-worth
  • Develop tools to feel reinvigorated and realigned
  • Discover what really makes you happy
  • Appreciate how helping others can lift you too

For those times when we feel adrift, challenged or face adversity, Do Hope will help us keep the flame of hope alive.

This paperback purchase includes a free ebook download.


Gail has a new book out and I’m so excited for her. She has a brilliant way with words and knows how to use them to entertain, inspire and empower others... If you feel like you need a boost, a companion, a light in the dark – then I point you in Gail’s direction.

Giovanna Fletcher

We are all capable of cultivating hope. This beautiful book serves as a reminder, and shows us how.

Kris Hallenga, bestselling author of Glittering a Turd

Do Hope is the lift you need when the world feels heavy.

Holly Tucker MBE

With Do Hope, Gail has redefined the self-help book.

Jemma Woodman, BBC journalist & presenter


Do Hope - Why you should never give up - Audiobook
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Our broken bits are our superpowers

Listen to how Gail defied the odds and now spends her time exploring the world through epic human-powered journeys.

About the author

Gail Muller is a Cornish adventurer, author, speaker and coach with a background in education. She has spent 20 years teaching, leading and consulting in the UK and internationally, helping raise aspirations and encouraging life-long learning in both young people and adults. She has faced a raft of adversity in her life and has moved through considerable challenges with hope, courage, and the passionate belief that our broken bits are actually superpowers. Recently diagnosed with ADHD at 44, she also struggled for 15 years with musculoskeletal issues and the resulting chronic pain. In 2019, after considerable physical rehabilitation, she set out to walk the Appalachian Trail in the USA, later writing a bestselling book Unlost. Happily she has stayed well, exploring many long trails since and giving talks and workshops all over the world. She lives, hikes, swims and runs retreats in Cornwall.

Product details

  • Pub date: Oct 2023
  • Dimensions: 120 x 178mm
  • Extent: 128 pages
  • ISBN: 978-1-914168-24-6
  • eBook ISBN: 978-1-914168-25-3


Colour photography by Jim Marsden

Paper & print details

Paperback editions are printed by OZGraf Print on Munken, an FSC-certified paper

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