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The Art of Being Ill

Have you ever worried that you're doing a poor job of feeling poorly? Have you despaired that you're failing in your ailing? Have you felt you're missing out on TLC? You're not alone - it seems that most people these days just don't know how to make the most of being ill. In a society where there is a pill to cure more or less everything, this how-to guide will teach readers about the subtle art of being an invalid. It covers age-old remedies for common maladies, all but forgotten treatments, and the vital preparations that should be made to make being bed-ridden as comfortable and productive as possible. From the team that created the UK Booksellers Association Top 5 Christmas book, 101 Uses of a Dead Kindle, and Amazon bestseller, In Rude Health, The Art of Being Ill is at times practical, at times hilarious - but always an honest instruction manual for those who are truly terrible at being ill.
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Born in Scotland Jill started her career as a television programme maker and DVD producer with the BBC in Glasgow. Transferring to Television Centre in London, Jill specialised in music, arts and entertainment programmes. She was poached by the fledgling Channel 4 and has been freelance ever since, working for all major broadcasters and with the Band Aid Charitable Trust. in 2012 Jill returned to Glasgow to help care for her demented dad.

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