Praise for the Book
‘A properly good writer’ (India Knight)
‘It made me giggle and it made me think’ (The Daily Mail)
‘A hilarious, charming story and I recommend it’. (Novel Kicks)
‘I can’t put it down!’ (Marika Cobbold)
‘For a frank, honest, belly laughing book with a heart, Diary of an Unsmug Married is absolutely perfect.’ (Novelicious)
‘I enjoyed this book, for its candour, and its ability to deal with real-life issues that crop up on even the least suspecting among us. Sprinkle in the comedic timing necessary to lighten the mood, and you’ve got Diary of an Unsmug Married.’ (Chick Lit Central)
‘A very funny, light-hearted book which will definitely give you a few laughs. Okay, scratch that. Barrels of laughs. Molly has a very distinct way of reaching out to her readers and for that, I like her a lot. Watch out for her hilarious punchlines and unmissable humour…a breath of fresh air.’ (I Heart Chick Lit)
‘If you like Bridget Jones’ Diary and the diary format, then you’ll love this book.’ (Little Rambling Angel)
‘Funny, lively and bold, full of quirky characters and laugh out loud scenes.’ (Bookdout)
‘A light-hearted, genuinely funny book…an honest look at the life of a stressed out, middle-aged woman…’ (Random Things Through my Letterbox)
About the book
Meet Molly Bennett. She’s just passed a ‘landmark birthday’ and is mother to two hormone-driven, warring teenagers. She’s married to Max, who buys her last-minute birthday presents in M & S, and she works for an MP who may be losing what little remains of his mind.
Maybe Molly needs some more excitement in her life. Everyone seems to be having a better time of it than her – especially her Dad, who’s in Thailand searching for a new wife, and her next door neighbour Ellen who has a string of toyboys. So when Max starts taking an increased interest in keeping fit and going on ‘business trips’ abroad – and less of an interest in their sex life – Molly begins to despair. Until an old school friend starts flirting with her through Facebook …
What will happen if Molly does something out of character and stops being the person everyone wants her to be?