This is the diary of an ordinary, insecure woman in her thirties, Jacqueline M. Pane.
Like all women, Jackie knows life would be perfect if only she had a small bum, sticky-up bosoms and didn't grow a moustache once a month . . . Chart her progress as she perfects the art of feeling shitty about every little, and not so little, bit of herself. The potential for self-doubt lies in everything - and it's all her fault.
A very funny and unexpectedly touching novel - JOANNA LUMLEY
Screamingly funny - WOMAN'S JOURNAL
Hilarious - COSMOPOLITAN
Read it and realise you're not alone - ESSENTIALS