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Confessions Of A Karaoke Queen

Ella Kingsley

6 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Fabulously funny, fresh and fast-paced rom com, set in a Karaoke bar.

Maddie Mulhern is suddenly in charge. Her parents - former 80s pop duo Pineapple Mist - have left for the summer on a nostalgia tour, entrusting her to manage their struggling karaoke bar, Sing It Back. Panicking over the dodgy finances, Maddie takes a gamble: she signs up for a fly-on-the-wall reality TV series. With her faithful staff (divalicious drag queen Ruby, shy barman Simon and wannabe actress Jasmine) she'll transform the bar into a huge success. Simple. Right

Executive Producer Evan Bergman knows that scandal sells. It's no coincidence that he hires cool, attractive Nick Craven as director. Evan wants drama on screen - and he'll do anything to get it.

As the series builds to a live finale, will Maddie see the truth in a Careless Whisper Will Nick be able to keep his Poker Face One thing's for sure: we all do things at karaoke that we regret . . .

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Praise for Confessions Of A Karaoke Queen

  • A fizzy, funny, brill girls'-night-out of a book - Jenny Colgan

  • Ella Kingsley's riotous novel has all the ingredients of a great karaoke night with the girls - dubious singing, laughs galore and a reminder of the fun to be had when you don't take things too seriously - Jane Costello

  • As sparkly and feel-good as a glittery disco ball. Ella Kingsley is such a fresh and funny new voice. Pass her the mic, we want more! - Carmen Reid

  • I found myself lying in bed needing to be asleep and saying 'just one more chapter', then reading one more chapter and dutifully laying the book down and turning the light out . . . but then immediately turning it on again. I couldn't put this lovely book down - Lucy-Anne Holmes

  • I love new girl Ella Kingsley . . . the result is a very loud hoot - Daily Mirror

  • A lively novel that'll cheer up the dullest day - Star magazine

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