Going Ga Ga: Is There Life After Birth?

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Ebury Publishing, Jan 15, 2007 - Fiction - 288 pages
'Why is my hair starting to go as grey as Blake Carrington's? What is our local pub called? Are bootcut jeans still fashionable? These are just some of the questions I'll never answer now I've had my first baby.'

With her TV career hitting the skids and her daughter's nappy doing the same every two hours, her husband suddenly unemployed and the bank writing to her only in red, Mel needs to come up with a scheme, and fast- Move to a house they can't afford, of course! Welcome to an endless cabaret of sleeplessness, removal men, sinister toddler groups, husband-stealing lodgers and competitive mums.

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About the author (2007)

Mel Giedroyc was born in Epsom District Hospital in 1968. She looked like a frog and none of the midwives would pick her up. Her first word was 'Leatherhead'. Mel has made literally hundreds of TV and radio appearances, and does her bit in the comedy double act Mel and Sue. She lives in London with her husband and two daughters.

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