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Playgroups and Prosecco: The (mis)adventures of a single mum Paperback – 2 May 2019
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"This is both extremely funny and insightful. I loved every page" (KATIE FFORDE)
"A funny, fresh, debut with some real laugh out loud moments and you'll end up warming to single Mum Frankie so much that you'll be wishing you could crack open a bottle of prosecco with her in real life!" (MIKE GAYLE)
"A great-big glorious giggle from start to finish. I loved Jo Middleton's debut and can't wait for the next one" (CHRISSIE MANBY)
About the Author
Jo Middleton has been blogging at SLUMMY SINGLE MUMMY since 2009. She has two daughters and lives in Somerset. You can find her on twitter, instagram or at www.slummysinglemummy.com
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Whilst the story is about Frankie - Mum to a teenager and a tot - the humour is universal, observational, very relatable and a great read for anyone with or without kids.
I just loved it, am missing Frankie already and hoping there will be a book 2 in the series.
Frankie's definitely already one of my most-loved heroines - Jo Middleton's writing is absolutely hilarious, but there are also some really poignant bits about the reality of life as a single mum, which were beautifully written. Love love loved the fact that there's a set up for a sequel at the end - can't wait to find out what happens to Frankie next!
Frankie stumbles through life as a single mum coming up against totally believable events that anyone who has had children can identify with whether married or not. There is the strong bond of mum friends thrown together through the Playgroup situation with the love and support that can come out of such friendships plus a smattering of the snobby cliques that also form. Reminded me a little of Motherland which is a TV comedy series.