Rainy Days and Tuesdays

Claire Allan
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"I used to be glamorous once. Honestly I was. I was a babe but somewhere between being a babe and having a baby I lost my mojo. Now I'm the ultimate Slummy Mummy." Grace, Parenting Editor of a monthly glossy, was once the glamorous Health and Beauty Editor. Now she still looks like she s nine months pregnant two years after childbirth and is devastated when the office bimbo, stick-insect Louise, announces: I need you to lose weight. Grace has been chosen by the magazine to undergo the ultimate make-over for a feature. Overcoming her first reaction (which is to murder Louise), Grace decides to go for it not realizing it will involve taking happy pills, crying torrents in front of her hard-nosed editor Sinéad, being weighed in public, and wondering whether or not she wants to stay married... Will it all be worth it? Can she become a Yummy Mummy and get her life back together again? (less)
  • Poolbeg Press Ltd
  • 25 Jun 2007
  • 216
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"I used to be glamorous once. Honestly I was. I was a babe but somewhere between being a babe and having a baby I lost my mojo. Now I'm the ultimate Slummy Mummy." Grace, Parenting Editor of a monthly glossy, was once the glamorous Health and Beauty Editor. Now she still looks like she s nine months pregnant two years after childbirth and is devastated when the office bimbo, stick-insect Louise, announces: I need you to lose weight. Grace has been chosen by the magazine to undergo the ultimate make-over for a feature. Overcoming her first reaction (which is to murder Louise), Grace decides to go for it not realizing it will involve taking happy pills, crying torrents in front of her hard-nosed editor Sinéad, being weighed in public, and wondering whether or not she wants to stay married... Will it all be worth it? Can she become a Yummy Mummy and get her life back together again? (less)
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Claire Allan

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Poolbeg Press Ltd

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25 Jun 2007

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216

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9781842233009