Whoever said life began at 40 was dead right! A riotous romantic comedy about never-ending motherhood, second chances and growing old disgracefully. / Grown-up, feelgood fiction for fortysomethings and over - an ideal Mother's Day treat. / AVON's key Mother's Day title. / Retailer-focused marketing promotions. / Featured title in AVON's Closer book club - over 650k readers. / Author is a scriptwriter for the BBC and has an increasingly high profile. All bookshop, independent and library sales to Gardners Books www.gardners.com http://pubeasy.books.gardners.com Customer Care Tel: +44 (0)1323 521777 Customer Care Fax: +44 (0)1323 521666 Gardcall: 01323 521444 www.avon-books.co.uk email@example.com / Competition: Katie Fforde, Alan Titchmarsh, Carol Clewlow, Elizabeth Buchan.
Kate Lawson was born on the edge of the Fens and is perfectly placed to write about the vagaries of life in East Anglia. In between moving house, raising a family, singing in a choir, walking the dog, working in the garden, taking endless photos and cooking, Kate is also a scriptwriter, originating and developing a soap opera for local radio, along with a pantomime for the town in which she lives. Writing as Gemma Fox, Kate was short-listed for the Melissa Nathan Comedy Romance Award in 2006. As Sue Welfare, Kate published 6 Rom Coms, two of which are currently under development for TV. Her comedy 'Write Back Home' was part of the 1999 Channel Four Sitcom Festival. Most recently Kate has been working with BBC Voices in a variety of ongoing writing projects.
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