A hilariously funny and reflective snapshot of life in lockdown.

An essential guide for anyone who has survived the stresses of lockdown.  On point, well-crafted and oh so witty.” ~ Alex Wheatle, Award-Winning novelist (Guardian Children’s Fiction)

About the Author

Daniella Blechner is an award-winning entrepreneur, founder of Conscious Dreams Publishing, author and Book Journey Mentor who lives in south London. Over the last four years, she has published more than 80 books, mentored 190 authors and aspiring authors, assisting them in transforming their powerful stories and messages into successful books.

Dubbed the ‘class clown’ in her former years, Daniella has always sought to bring joy and humour to other’s lives and believes laughter is the best medicine in times of challenge.

Achievements include surviving lockdown alone, gaining 400+ comments on a post about what to do with cabbage during lockdown, completing the Don’t Rush Challenge, living in Tanzania as a voluntary teacher whilst getting away with speaking broken Swahili and climbing to the top of Mt Kilimanjaro!

Daniella is also an English teacher with 11 year’s teaching experience. Her conscious dream is that we get to create and live in a world that is founded on equality, love and unity for all.

Daniella offers free 30-minute consultations for anyone interested in writing a book, as she believes that everyone has a story inside, and the power is using it to positively impact another.



Lockdown Life is a humorous and reflective snapshot of the unique period called ‘Lockdown’. 2020 brought us the great global event that resulted in seven billion people on the planet being sent to the confines of their homes amidst the pandemic, some to homes padded with toilet paper and others with cupboards full of dry pasta!

Split into three parts, this book is designed to help you spot ‘Lockdown Personalities’, explore ‘Lockdown Activities’ and reflect on ‘Lockdown Lessons’.

 Did you know that the Lockdown Roadman’s hobby of chatting up women outside Iceland was classed as ‘essential work’? Did you catch that glass of brandy your child’s teacher was drinking off-screen during the English lesson on Shakespeare?

Lockdown made introverts (Intros) scream with joy and extroverts (Extros) quake in their boots as they were forced out of the pubs and clubs. 

It made parents appreciate teachers and the public appreciate the NHS, and some tapped into gifts and talents they didn’t even know they had. But what can we gain from this time? Can humanity learn and grow?

Dive in and join us as we explore love, laughter and freedom amongst one of the most challenging times of humanity.

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