Brilliant, heart-warming, laugh-out-loud fiction: perfect for mothers everywhere.
When Cait, a chaotic single mother, becomes the agony aunt for a glossy parenting magazine, she thinks she might be the single worst person to do the job.
But despite her early unwillingness, she gradually realises that the women writing might really need her help. Perhaps mothers need to realise that they're not actually expected to be perfect, after all?
Then Cait gets an email from a mysterious reader - a single dad who simply signs his name R...
'It's sharply observed, funny and captures the warmth, chaos and clutter of family life.' - Daily Mail
'Hilarious and heartening, a great read.' - In Style
'Gibson's take on modern motherhood is ruefully funny and charmingly insightful' - Marie Claire
'Comical, romantic and well-observed' - Sainsbury's Magazine
'Will have you chuckling until the last page' - Red
'Lovely, heartwarming, immensely readable' - Jenny Colgan on LUCKY GIRL
A fantastic debut. More than funny, it's true - Louise Bagshawe on BABYFACE
'Enthralling. Gibsons original voice is at once comic and accurate - Adele Parks on BABYFACE
Fiona Gibson is a freelance journalist who has written for many publications including the Observer, the Guardian, Red and Marie Claire and has a regular column on parenting in the Sunday Herald. She was previously the editor of More! magazine. She is the mother of three small children (including twin boys) and lives in Lanarkshire. Her website can be found at www.fionagibson.com