Sally Morgan has come a long way since she first burst onto our screens in 2007. Today, the nation’s best loved medium has wowed hundreds of thousands of people in international sell-out shows. Her top-rated TV series Psychic Sally: On the Road continues to be shown around the world and she counts celebrities and royalty as devotees.
Call Me Psychic is Sally’s eagerly anticipated new memoir. It takes up the story where her best-seller My Psychic Life left off and details her tumultuous journey to superstardom and the triumphs and tragedies she’s faced on the way.
In a series of jaw-dropping confessions Sally reveals her battles with obesity, diet pills and alcohol and discusses how stardom took her to the brink of sanity and almost cost her marriage.
Sally says: “My first autobiography was published in 2008. When I’d finished I thought to myself, ‘That’ll do. I’m settled now, what more can happen?’ But it turns out that was just half the story.
Since then everything has changed. My work has changed, my body has changed, my relationships have changed and I’ve changed too. That’s what Call Me Psychic is about: my second life.”
In the book Sally shares her gift and gives insight into the amazing readings she gives. She shares the intimate details of her struggle with morbid obesity and the life-changing surgery she underwent to save her life. She talks openly and honestly about the 18-month battle she fought to clear her name and also reveals the death threats and hate campaign she was subjected to after her family was plunged into scandal.
With a vast national and international fan base Sally has performed to sell-out audiences at over 800 venues in the last seven years and is embarking on an eighth, 120-date tour in 2015. My Psychic Life, and follow-up books Healing Spirits and Life After Death were Sunday Times top ten bestsellers.