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Confessions of a Single Mum: What It's Like When You're Expecting The Unexpected Hardcover – 12 Jul 2018
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A witty and inspirational memoir of the realities of being a single mum.
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When Amy Nickell left university, she nabbed herself a real life paid job as a celebrity reporter in London town. She asked Robert Downey Junior out for Nando's, lived with her gay best friend and their pet toad, Snoop Frog, and drank prosecco way before it was in fashion. Things were, on the whole, pretty darn good and definitely not serious. However, it was Amy who really should have been expecting the unexpected when she was blindsided by the news that she was pregnant aged 24. Pregnant and without a boyfriend. And so her life took an altogether new direction...
Here in Confessions of a Single Mum, Amy debunks single mum myths, delves into the world of dating (nothing ruins sexy sofa snogging ambience like having the watchful eye of Daddy Pig on you at all times), going back to work just ten days after giving birth and answering those difficult questions about why her family isn't like everyone else's.
Amy's wonderfully frank, honest and hilarious story will inspire other parents to own their single status as well as all those people who have experienced the unexpected when they've least expected it.See all Product description
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However this book is unfortunately very badly written. Logically, there's no flow, it constantly goes over and over the same points, uses the same language repeatedly, and is structured very badly. I persevered for as long as possible, but in the end I gave up about 75% of the way through. For a journalist, I'm afraid I found it really poorly written, and I think Amy should be really disappointed in her publisher, as it's shocking they would let this out as it is. There are many story inconsistencies, time line wise, and it's so repetitive in nature of became dull. Each night as I got into bed, I would remember that this is what I'm currently reading and my heart sinks. What a shame. Two stars for her excessive use of "modern" slang and references, her desperate need to be up to date.