A diary novel of midlife ‘affairs’, growing teenagers and juggling full time work with home. It is full of insecurities, doubts and misunderstandings as well as the small and seemingly trivial matters of a working mother. Written with a light touch and a great deal of humour, it has obvious comparisons to Bridget Jones (not least the title) but there is nothing wrong with that. There is an element of “will they, won’t they” to it which does keep you guessing. I thoroughly enjoyed it. [Read more…]
Diary of an Unsmug Married is a funny and engaging contemporary story of marriage, midlife crisis and MP’s. [Read more…]
A light hearted read that will lift your spirits as you see how much people can mess up their own lives. [Read more…]
An interesting and humorous insight about when a marriage goes a little stale, ‘Diary Of An Unsmug Married’. is definitely a book to look out for. [Read more…]
So, very soon, I shall know what readers think of my book. What they really think. I’m thinking of emigrating, before I find out.
(If, by some miracle, the reviews are good, then maybe I’ll post them here. If they’re terrible, I shall revert to the emigration plan.)