'Take a long bath with The Girls' Guide to Homemaking - superior chick lit about a woman who dreams of the perfect home, but ends up alone and usually hungover in an untidy, expensive flat, after her boyfriend messed it all up. Sister, we've all been there!' --Grazia magazine
'Inspired by the vintage trend, The Girls' Guide to Homemaking by Amy Bratley is a novel about easing heartbreak by using `50s homemaking manuals.' --Asos magazine
'This of-the-moment debut novel by this brilliant writer features rotten men, good men, hand-made parons and family secrets. It's a fresh new style of chick lit which everyone will find utterly unputdownable.' --Take It Easy magazine
About the Author
Amy Bratley works as a freelance journalist and lives in Dorset with her husband and two children.