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More Confessions of a Forty-Something F**k Up: The WTF AM I DOING NOW? Follow Up to the Runaway Bestseller (Confessions, 2)

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And who is desperately trying to figure it all out when everyone around them is making gluten-free brownies. Come down the travelators, exit Sainsbury's, turn right and follow the pedestrianised walkway to Crown Walk and turn right - and Coles will be right in front of you. With relationships tested, Nell learns that falling in love might be easy, but staying in love can be hard.

It gives new meaning to the Girl Guide motto: Be prepared - and provides good jumper storage, under the bed, in the meantime. Told in a diary style format by Nell (first person) be prepared to embrace what everyday life throws at you and how you deal with it .Nell reaches out to her great friend Cricket as well as her eclectic group of narried friends, all offering their own thoughts. Nell, fairly quickly, finds herself engaged to her long-term chap, Edward, which brings with it a whole new raft of problems. Over the course of the novel, we met Nell navigating a post-lockdown world, dealing with her new stepfamily, and learning not to trust what you see on soc

We join Nell just after lockdown - which was surreal to read about - a time where everyone is getting back out there and seeing people again. It was the smash hit book about a life gone awry which lifted readers’ spirits during the pandemic with its relatable brand of comic despair. And when all else fails, will celebrity-scented candles, smashed avocados and Instagram filters save us?Alexandra Potter's writing is very readable, and it was enjoyable to catch up with Nell and her friends.

So full *ahem* confession - I still hadn’t read the first book when I picked this up and assumed that because I’d watched the TV series based on it, I’d be good to go. No old lady hair’ should have been included in our wedding vows as my husband has made me promise this on numerous occasions. Forty-something f**k up Nell Stevens had gone from rock-bottom to ticking all the boxes: a successful podcast and West End play, a new flat and boyfriend to boot. Alexandra Potter is the bestselling author of romantic comedy fiction novels in the UK, including Me and Mr Darcy. You could read it as a standalone book, as the beginning does a great recap of book one, yet there's loads more new content to laugh at and enjoy.but as the Prologue makes clear, this is ‘a book about a messy life in a world of perfect Instagram ones’ and I think we can all relate to that. Cricket is, as usual, her irreverent, fearless self from wild swimming to ‘build your own coffin’ classes - the latter doubling up as a great home bar - whilst muddling through her own issues. There are several actions that could trigger this block including submitting a certain word or phrase, a SQL command or malformed data. Synopsis (It's a fiction book, so it helps…from Netgalley, the provider of the book for me to review.

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