The Public Confessions of a Middle-aged Woman
Penguin, 2003 - 355 sÝur
For over ten years, Sue Townsend has written a monthly column for Sainsburys Magazine, which covers everything from hosepipe bans and Spanish restaurants to writers block and the posh middle-aged woman she once met whod never heard of Winnie the Pooh. Collected now for the first time, they form a set of pieces from one of Britains most popular and acclaimed writers that are funny, perceptive and touching.
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LibraryThing ReviewUms÷gn notanda - IonaS - LibraryThing
Sue Townsend is the funniest author I know and I enjoy being made/allowed to laugh aloud occasionally, so I’m now steadily making my way through all her books. This book is a collection of Sue’s ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUms÷gn notanda - vancouverdeb - LibraryThing
Sue Townsend describes the book as representing " a sort of sanitized autobiography" , which I suppose it is. Sue was commissioned by a magazine to write about "800 wise and witty words each month ... Read full review